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!• General on Labor 

2. Functions of the Employment Manager 

3^ Administrative Orgfnizction f.nd Relations 

4. Foremtnizing 

5. Employment Manager's Associations 
6« Records, Forms, and Office Methods 
7* The Labor Survey or /udit 

8. The Labor Market 

9» Selection of Employes 

10. Physical Examinations 

11. Mentel Tests 

12. Job Analysis 

13. Dilution 

14. Labor Turnover 

15. Vocational Guidance 

16. Unenployment 

17. Regular izat ion 

18. Public Employment Bureaus 

19. Law of the Labor Contract 

20. Educrtion of Employes 

21. Rehabilitation 

22. Americanization 

23. Psychology of the Task 

24. Wages 

25. The Minimum ^ge 

26. Profit Sharing 

27. Promotions 

28. Health 

29. Medical Aid 

30. Fatigue and Work Schedules 

31. Absenteeism 

32. Shop Standards 

33. Women in Industry 

34. Welfare Work (general references) 

35. Accidents 

36. Workmen's Compensation 

37. Insurance 

38. Restaurants 

39. Home Conditions of Employes 

40. Housing 

41. Thrift and Saving 

42. Pensions 

43. Legal /id for Employes 

44. Clubs and Club Houses 

45. Games, Recreation, and Rest Periods 

46. Community J^gencies 

47. Government of the Shop 

48. Sn«:eestion Systems 

49. Shop Comnittee Systems 

50. Collective Bargaining Contracts 

51. Associf tions of Employes 

52. Trade Unions 

53. The I. W* W. 

54. Strikes 

55. The Basis of Tiscipline and Loyalty 





Employment l^tonagement Section, War Industraes Board 

Sept* 16, 191.^ 
Sheet 1 

Adams, T. S. and Siomner, Helen L. v-t^ r*y^ 

Labor Problems: A Text Book^ Nev; York, 1905, Maomillan. The Labor Problem aiKi 
its Genesis-'.eman and Child Labor—Immigraticn^-The Sv/^ating System— Povert^^ , 
SaminGS, and Unemployment- -Strikes and Boycott— Lali«r {Jrganizations^aul em- 
ployers » Associations— The _^encies of Industrial Peace— Profit ^^^^^f""^^^ 
operation— Industrial Sducation— Lab«r Laws— The Material Progress of the v/age 
Earning Classes. The appendix contains laws and statistics. 

Cadbury, EdT/ard: Experiments in Industrial Organization; New York, 1912, Longmans 
Selection of Employes, Dex>artment Organization, Welfare \/ork. 

Ccmmcns, John R. : Labor and Administration; Eew York> 1913, Macmillan. 

Pitch, John ii.: The Ste^l Workers; Nev; York, 1910, Cha^rities pablication Corrmittee. 

Pitch, John ii. : A Report on Industrial Unrest; Summary of Finding ff President's 
Commission: Survey, 1918, February 16, pp, 545-546. 

aalsv/orthy, John: The Balance Sheet of the Soldier Workman; North American Heviev;, 

1917, December, pp. 841-657. Internal revolution vdll follow the ^va^ In Great 
Britain vjiless Lai>or and Capital can be persuaded that their interests are 
identical r 

Hartness, Jaines: The Himan Factor in works Management; New York, 1912, ilcGraw^-Hill. 

Kelley, Florence: Modern Industry— In Relation to the Family, Health, Education and 
Morality; New York,. 1914, Longmans. 

Lee, Gerald Stanley: Inspired Millionaires; Northanipton, Mass. , 1908, Mount Tom Press. 
I'lallock, W. H.: Aristocracy and Evolution; New York, 1901, Macmillan. 
Mitchell, John: The Wage Earner and His Problem; Washingten 1913, P. S. Ridsdale. 
Redfield, Hon. William C: The New Industrial Day; New York, 1912, Century Co. 

Ringe, F. H. Jr.: Can the Human Side cf Engineering be Taught; Industrial Management, 

1916, i;cvember, pp. 205-212. Outlines a course for engineering students «n tn^i 
human factor in industry. 

Simkhovitch, M- 1^.: Th^ * City Worker ' s World in.America; New York, 1917, I'lacmiUan. 

Talbot, Winthrop: Select Bi-bliography of Recent Publications on Helpful Relations of 
Employers and Employed; Cleveland, 1912. 

Trachtenberg, Alexander: The American Labor Year Book 1917-1918; i^ev. York, The Rand 
School cf iSocial Science. 

valentine, R. G. • The Human Element in Praduction; American Journal of Seciology, 

1917, January. 

Weble S. B. - Problems of Modern Industry; New York, 1913, Landtn, Longmans. A 
' - - chaTDters on wemen's wa^es, hours cf looar. 




Eraploynent Ilaxiagement Section, War Industries Board 

Sept. 16, 1918 
Sheet 2 

Handling Men: Edited by Staff of System, Chicago, 1918, A. W. Shaw Co. 

Industrial Unrest in Great Britainj Bulletin of U, S. Bureau of Labor Statistics 
Ho. 237, Washington, 1917, i'^priiit of British documents. 

Labor: Chicago, 1915, A. V. Shaw &. Co. The Factory tena^ement Series, Also 
issued as Vol. iV of the Libi'ary of F^^-otory MaBagement • 

The Long Day: A True oto:,^y of a New York Working Girl as Told by Herself; New 
York, 1905, The Century Co, 

PreliiDinary Report of the Factory Investigating Commission; Albany, 1912. 3 
vol-omes. State of Fev; York. 

Report on Conditions of Employment in Iron and Steel Industry in United States; 
Washington, 1911-19 j.3. 4 vo..umes. Government printing Office. 62nd 
Congress, 1st Session, Senate Document 110. 

Resolutions on P.econs-!;ruction of the British Labor Party: The Survey, 1918, 
August 3, pp. 500-504. 

Second Report of the Factory Investigating Commission: Albany, 1913, 3 vols. 
State of "l^ew Yo:.'k. 

Social V/elfare in Time of War and Disar^ter: Survey; 1917, October 27; 1917, 
December 8; 1918, January 19; 1918, February 23; 1918, March 23. 

Summary of the Report on Condition of Woman and Child V/age Earner^ in the 
United States: Washington, 1916. Bulletin of U. S. Bureau of Labor, 
Statistics No. 175. A summary of the report issued in 19 volumes, 

J 1910-1913. 




Einployment Ivlanagement Section, War Industries Board 

Sept. 16,»18 
Sheet 1 

Bernstein, Lester: Putting It Up to the President; Industrial SHanagement , 
1918, January, pp. 46-47. On the art of preparing a report, 

Bundy, George (Employmont Llgr. Ford Motor Co.): T/ork of the Employment Depart- 
ment of the Ford Motor Go. ; In Bulletin of U. S. Bureau of Labor Statis- 
tics Ho. 198, V/ashington, 1916, pp. 63-71, 

Clothier, R. C. (Emplo^.^ent llgr. Curtis publishing Co., Phila.); The Function 
of the Employment L'epaT/tment; In Bulletin of U. S. Bi::reau of Labor Statis- 
tics No. 196, Washington, 1916, ppc 7-14. 

Clothier, R. C: The Employment \ork of the Curtis Publishing Co.; ^nals of 
iimerican Academy, 1916, IJay, pp. 94-111. Outlines four divisions: the 
employment, the medical, the instruction and the welfare. 

Gardner, H. L. (Employment llgr. Cheney Bros,): The Employment Department: Its 
Functions and Scope; Bulletin of U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics No. 
202, Washington, 1916, pp. 49-55. 

Hendersohott, F. C. and F. E. V.^akly: The Employment Department and Employe 
Relations; Chicago, 1918, LaSalle University, pp. SO. Selection, Promo- 
tions, Employe Records, Survey of Enroloyes, Principles of Transfer, Voca- 
tional Laboratory, Job Analysis, Turnover, Educational and Welfare Work. 

Hopkins, Ernest M. : A Functionalized Employment Department as a Factor in In- 
dustrial Efficiency; Annals of American Academy, 1916, Llay, pp. 67-75. 
Also in -Annals for Sept. 1915, pp. 112-120. 

Hopkins, E. M. : .^.dvantages of Centralized Employment; Annals, 1917, May, pp. 1-9 

Jones Mark IL: Employment Department Organization of Thomas A. Edison Interests, 
Industrial Llanageroent, 1918, I^y, pp. 374"379. 

Kelly, Roy W. : Hiring the Y/orker, New York, 1918, Engineering Lf^gazine Co., 
Chapter III, pp. 53-38. 

Kelly, Rcy W, : Labor Factors in Our Shipping program; Industrial Management, 
1918, Match, pp, 210-'^17. 

Mbtc:^-lf, H. C: Report of Committee on Vocational Guidance; New York, 1916, 
National Association of Corporation Schools, pp. 33-44 and 112-119. 

Morris, Mary L.: Begir^ings of Labor Maintenace Service in a Hmall Plants In- 
dustrial I/Janageraent, 1918, September, pp. 205-208. 

Person, Harlow S.: University Schools of Bi^siness and the Training of Employ- 
ment Executives; Annals of American Academy, 1916, May, pp. 117-127, 

Reilly, Phillip J.: The V/ork of the Employment Department of Dennison Manu- 
facturing Co,, Framingham, Mass.; Annals of American Academy, 1916, May, 
pp. 87-94. 

Emnloyment Ilanasemenx Section. War Industries Board 

Sept. 16, 1918 
SiiSet Z 


Tolman, William H.-. So^ia--. Engineering, I7ov; York, 1909. .JcGrnw-Hill. Chapter 
II, Ihe Social Sucreiary, j^. 48-59. 

Winiams, Jchn ::.: in Actual ;^ccouiit of vr.k.t \-e Have Done to Roduce Our Labor 
Tcurnover; Anna.i.s, EL.,/, 1917, n,-. 51-70. 

V/ill'ts, Joseph H. : The Labo:> Tui-nover and the Hvjuanizing of Industry; Araeri- 
can Acaaeny of Foiltioal and Social Science, Annals, 1915, Se:.)teraber. 

Wnder, An -e'-xre: The EiiD?:..o:;ment Depar-.mont ; 100^:^, 1917, August, pp. 98-104. 
(:i-.«s"\Vunde-.- is Enidoyir.ent Uan^^r Lum « Sweet Shoe Co., Auburn, Me.) 

Duties of '.VeTaro Snpervisors for '..-omen. Great Britain; Monthly LaJ^or Reviev. 

1918. July, p.. r-.95-:.97. A Review of "Buties of Welfare Supervisors for 

V.'oraen" M/.nistry of Munitions, Great Britain- 
Hiring and Firing: Now York, 19i.6, Meti-opolitan Life Insurance Co., p?. 5-9. 

Ecpoi-t of the Shipyard lEplc^/ment Manager's Conference of November 9-10, 1917, 
Washington, ISl'', Kmercency 5ieet Coi-poration, pp. S2. 





September 16, *18 


of the 


E.uployment Il^nat^^eraent Section, XJax Industries Board 

BlooHifield, yiQ-jeT: Labor and Compensation; New York City, 1917, Tne Industrial 
E>itension Institute, Chapter III, pp. 58-80 • 

Clothier, R. C. : Ralations Between the Employment Ivianager and Other Department 
Heads; Industrial I.Ianagement , 1917, J..n., pp. 557-560. 

Smerson, H;-rrington: The Twelve Principles of Efficiency; New Yurie, 1917, The 
Engineering 2.1^ca,zine Cu,, Ci.a^oter II, The lyi)© of Organization Through 
Wiiich Efficiency is Attained. On the distinction between line and staff. 
Ciiapter V^ Competent Counsel, and Chapter XVI. E:-ecutive Control of Line 
and Staff. 

Going, Charles B, : Principles of Industrial Engineering; New York, 1911, McGraw- 
Hill, CLapter II, Pi-^inciples of Lidustrial Or,,;anization, pp. 39-58. 

Kelly, Roy ^.7.: Hiring the Worker; Now York, 1918, Engineering ly^gazine Co., 
Chapter IV, pp. 39-44. 

Thomtpson, C. B. (:^ditor): Scientific Ifenagement; CM^bridge, 1914, Eirvard Uni- 
versity Press. The Science of Management. Lieut^ G. J. Meyers, U. S. N. 
pp. 132-152. 

Bulletin of the Society to Promote the Science of Mnagement, 1916, January, 
Addresses by Valentine, Hopkins and Ernest Li-rtin. 

Getting the Sur.erintendent'i^ Cooperation; 100^^. 1918, J; nuary, pp. 54-56. 
Advocates raakin^ Betterment Department a Straff Department, all changes 
v.hich affect productive Departments to be authorized by Superintendent only. 





B.I B L 115 HA PHY 


Sept. lo, 1918 


Erriploynient Iianagomenl: Soction, "IVar Xnd-astries Board 

Bloomfleld, Heyer: Helatiurs of Foremon to the V/orking Force, Industrial Man- 
agement, 1917, Jmie, pp. ^40-349. 

Bowie, Creorgo W. : Foiemen— as America Keeds; Industrial iianagement , 1917, 
Autjust, pp. 70?.-7?.3. 

Oobum, Frederic T.; A Foreman': Bor,ponsiblllty arxd ;^u-i-yi(^rj by; XndustrlAl Man- 
Eisement; 1917, June, pp. 3.i9-353. 

?, IKvi^iit T. : l^egroes a Source of Industrial LalDor; Industrial Ivlanagement , 
1918, Auc^iisx, pp. 123-129. 

Fergiison, fx. C. : The Psychology of the 1^'egro: An Experimental Study; Archive 
J of Psychology, 1916, i^Oo 5o, pp. 138. 

(iehrjng, a.: Racial Contrasts; i^ev^ Yor:c, 1908, S. ?. Putnam Sons. 

Hunter, J. V,: Creating a Class of Super-Foremen: American Machinist, 1918, 
May 23. 

Johnson, T/illiamF.: Getting ^iie Foreman^ s Cooperation; Industrial l?ana£;ement, 
19'J.8, August, pp. 143-I44. 


ones, Edward D. : The Administration of Industrial Enterprises; New York, 1916, 
Longn^ns, pp. 156-161. 

Jones, Mark M.; Vvh-at I v;ou7d Do If I V/ere a Foreman, Industrial Tianagement , 
1916, July, pp. 59--61. 

Lozarovich, Prince Hi-ehe llano vich: Getting the Foreign \7orkmrn's Viewpoint; 

Bulletin of Amaric.-^ Inst, of I'Sning Engineers, 191a, April, pp. 90^-912, 

Hindge, Fred II. Jr.: From Boss to Foreran; Industrial Management, 1917, July, 
pj. 508-514. 

i£r. Shaw of V\ H. IXJElwain Co., in Bulletin of U. S. Bureau of Lahor Statis- 
tics ro. 202, 7;as:iin,;ton, 1916, pp. 30-31. 

Tead, Ordvvay The Iir.pcrtance of Being a Foreman; Industrial Mcjaacement, 1917, 
June, 'P'p* 353-355. 

Thomas, l.illiam and Florian Snaniecki: The Polish Peasant in Birope and America; 
Chicago, 1918, l^iiversity of Chicago. 2 vols. To he completed in 5 vols. 

Thompson, C. B. (Editor): Scientific L!anagement; Cambridge, 1914, Harvard Uni- 
versity Press, "the Foreman's Place in Scientific Management" pi^^ 395-404. 

Job-selling in Industrial Establishments in Ohio; Ohio Industrial Commission, 
Columbus, Oiiio, 1916. Gratis paper. 

The Poles as Temperajuent..--: l Yvorkrueri; -Rloctrical \7crld, 1918, Ai>riJ 27. 

Training of Foremen as Carried on at the ITew Departure Mfg. Co.: Automotive 
Industries, 191^, May. 


Sept. 16, as 


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Ec5)lGym©nt llana.jeinent Section, War Industries Board 

Bloomfield, Iteyen The Aim and Work of Ernployment I^ana{;ers^ Associations; 
Annals of American Academy, 1916, I\toy, pp. 76-87. Also in Bulletin of 
U, S. Bureau of Lubor Statistics, No. 196. Washini^ton 1916, pp. 42-4 and 
pp. 73-81* 

Kelly, Roy W. : Hirinj the Worker; New York, 1918, Engineering Magazine Co. 
Introduction 'oy Lleyer Bloomfield, pp. 1-16. 

Wells, Ralph G. : The Work Program of the Employment L^magers* Association of Bos- 
ton; Annals of Americrji Academy, 1916, May, pp. 111-116. 

Eiuplo^uent System of the Lake C j:riers' Association, Bulletin of U, S, Bureau 
of L^-bor StrttistiCG No. 235, Wu.shin^ton, 1918. 



Sept. IS, '18 

Enployment iianacsement Section, War Industries Board 


Avery, Charles P.: The Value of the Apjaication Form; Annals of American 
Academy, Hay, pj* 219-222. 

Babcock, Ilajor George D- : The Taylor System in Franklin Mana^^ement; New York, 

1917, Engineer inj iiisazine Co., Chapter 6. 

Sanckftr, J. V/.: Rocords i^id. Re^)orts of V/ork (Western Electric Co., Chicago) 
ij&nals of iL^erican Academy, 1916, K.j, i).-. 262-272 

Gould, Ernest C, ( L»d^..tri .1 Rel.tiu..3 De. *-xtment. YoUi.,,st0v.'n Sheet and Tube Co, 
Younjsto\m): Reducing Labor Turnover; lOOJ^ 
IS 18, FoLrujxy, <>,.. 36-102 

1918, ilarch, jj. 102-106 G^^i.trol sLeots 
1918, A:pril, *v. 98-loa, 

1918, Ii:-y, pp. 106-114 Job Analysis 

1918, -.Jaly, ou 110-118 D.-ily attendance record. 

Kelly, Roy ^V.. Hirin- the ^'orker; New Yor:c, 1918, Engineering- mgazine Co., 
Cuapter X. pp. 151-194. 

Kelly, Roy V/. : L Mor-S..viii,., Motiu.ds fur Employment Offices; Industrial Manage- 
ment, 1918, February, pp. 146-147, 

Squires, Benjamin IL : Productivity and Cobt of L.-or in the Lu..iber Industry; 
Monthly Reviev; of Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1917, Oct. i--* 66-79. 

S^vallow, ^•. C: Records and Filing Svotehis fur Eraplo^Tnent Departments, In 

Bulletin of U. S. Bureau vf Labor Stc.tibtiCo No, 202. Washington. 1916, 

Williams. John M. : An Actual Account of What V/e Have Done to Reduce our Labor 
Turnover; AnnUs. M^.y 1917, pp. 59-63. Forms in use at the F:.:,ette R. 
plumb Co. 

"Labor", Chicago, A. W. Si-a^ Co., pp. 48-62* 



Sept. 18, '18 

THE Labor survey or audit 

Employment Management Section, V/ar Industries Board 


Aronovice, Dr. Carol: The Social Survey; Philadelphia, 1916, Harper Press. 
Bitlio^xaphy, pp. 217-252. 

Byington, Mar^-aret F-: \Vhat Social V/orkers Should Know Ahout Their Own Com- 
raunities, Hew York, 1912, Russell Sage Foundation. 

Elmer, L!anuel C. : The Technique of Social Surveys; Lawrence, Kan., 1917, 
V/qrld Co., Selected bibliography, pp. 91-93. 

Emmet, Boris: Labor Svjpvey of Cleveland Cloak Industry; Monthly Labor Review, 
1918, AUbUst, pp. 1^'29. 

Kelly, Roy \7.: Hli'inj the ■;x)rker; L-evv York, 1918, En^^ineerin.- J^gazine Co, 
Chapter II, x)p, 25-33, 

Jlfetcalf, H. C: Report of Committee on Vocational Guidcjice; New York, 1916, 
national Association of Corporation Schools, pp. 25-31. 

Richmond, :iary S. : Social Diagnosis; New York, 1917, The Russell Sa^-e Foundation, 
pp. 500 v^.OO. 

Tead, Ordway: How to Study L^bor Unrest, Industrial Mana^-ement, 1913, February, 
pp. 133-134. 

Wolf, Dale: Vvhat an Industrial Census Can Do; Industrial Manajement, 1918, 

September, pp. 213-216. (I2r. V/olf is Director of Employment Miller Lock Co.) 


The Lumber Industry in California. A Survey of Labor, Livinj, and Other Condi- 
tions; Sixteenth Biennial Report, Bureau of Labor Statistics of the State 
of California. San Francisco, 1914. 


Sept, 1^, ^18 



THE I. k B C_a_JLi-RJKJ-l 
Eniploymsnt Managomeat Section, War Industries Board 

Bloomfield, Moyer: Labor and Oomponsa'clon; New York, The Industrial Extension 
Inscitute, Chapter tV, pp. 87-116. 

Coho, H. B.: Sour^f,s of Gv-oply and Ueana of Getting in Touch with Them; In 

Bulletin of U* S, Biireau of Labor Statistics, I^oi ?02, Washington, 1516, 
pp» 15-24* 

Huhbell, N. D. How to Get Help: Industrial liwa^u^ent , 1918, Januarjr pp. 68-69. 

LO'^serson, Willi^ra M.t The Shortage of Labor and the Wast© of Labor; Sui'vey, 191^ 
l^larch 30, p. 7C1-V05. 

Leiserson, wmia^ M, : The labor Shortage and the Organization of the Labor 
Maxket; Surve^^ ISie, April 20, pp. 65-68. 

Effect of "Cost Pliis'» Government Contracts in Stripping Skilled Machinists from 
Other Plants-, American MachiniDt: 1918, May Z. 

Hiring and Firing; New York, 1918, Metropolitan Lif^ lnsuran.ce Co., pp. 9-18. 

Methods of Meeting tha P^mands for Labor; Monthly Beview cf the bureau of Labor 
Statistics, 1917, Sept., pp. 74-84* 

Report of New England Shipbuilding Conference, October, 1917, E^K^rsenGy Fleet 
Corporation, pp. 8-10; 19-22; 25-26; 29-32. 



Sept. 18, '18 

.SELECTION OP T^?TPL0Y5S VP^R^ITS THE ''Hl-^ Tim ^].-n_y IH:Tl--a'^ PROCESS 
Employment Maiia;:;emen-;-- Secjion, 7ar Industries Board 

ciheet 1 


A..exana3r, I.Ia-.nis V/. : V/a^';o ::r) Hlriuc ar.d Pi-^chavvjln,,- Ei^ployes; Scientific ^er- 
ican Si-'ppl.e.iien!;, 1915, i?eG-uary 13, pp. :.02-iC5^ 

Alexax-'d-^r. :.:3.jnvs '7,: H:ri:i^- a>d Fi:'in^- Its Ecoro:.aic \/aste and Hov; to Avoid It; 
iJinals of ;'.n5erJ.can .^oad.e^iy, l?x5, llay^ pp. 144--164, Published also in Pro- 
ceedin,-'S cf .jnerlcaE. LIanufactu?.*er 's .association, 1915, pp. 173-J89. 

B'ackfo.'d, i^av^hP ,:'rn.. r,r.^'',y-zina, ?havaotei'; iNiav*/ Yorlc, 1916, Heviev of Hev3£>v/.'5 oo. 
Thore :•.£ ^onie r-.x^^.l 01.0^1 'i-e .vvsen \.l; --: V'>ok r,a5 t>;.e ?uibh<>r»q The JoTd, The 
i.Iaii a ad i'he Boss. 

Blaclciord, Kathe-? The Job, The lien and The Boss; garden City, ITew York, 1914. 

French, yiD.iam Lealie: Judj^ing Appljcaiits by Form Value of Their Handwriting; 
lin'o-isbi-iai Mana{,^eiront, 19:,7, Judy, pp. 487-494. Illustrated. 

Peiss, R.^coard A. : Fej*sona?. Ro;.a-^:>.on?hip as a Basis of Scientific Manaj;jement; 

Anr.iais, May, 19'.<.c. Appllcai^.ion form, The Interview, Physical examinations, 
I'ledicai Record with iilu'-itrative aiid mental fitness. Absenteeism, Turnover, 

Kollin^i^worth, H. L. and A. T. tPw^riL'^r.b.ortifcr^^.J^ppl.Jed Psycholo^s'y; Few York, 1917, 
r. i^.pplebon. 

Hollingworth, H. L.: Vocational Psycho lo^^y; Iljx York, 1916, D. Appleton. 

Hyde, v/illiam Pe V/. : Self-Ifeasurement; ITew York, 1912, Huebsch. 

Jones, Edward D.: The Administration of Industrial Enterprises; Hew York, 1916, 
Lonj^mans, Chapter Z, The Employment of L'-bor, pp. 188-211. 

Kelly, Hoy v.: Hirinj the Vyorker; New York, 1916, Sngineerin{^ Magazine Co», 
Chapter I, pp, 17-24; Chapter VI, pp- 57-100. 

Lough, J. E. and 'Villiarr* H. : Course in Business Essentials; New York, 1916. 
12 volumes. Business Training Corporation, Vol, I, Analyzing Yourself; 
Vol. II, Physical Fitness; Vol. Ill, Mental Ability; Vol. IV, Building Char- 
acter; Vol. V Uoilizing Time; Vol. VI, Y/orking Y.'ith Others, 

Muns':erberg, Hugo: Psychology and Industrial Efficiency; Boston, 1913, Houghton. 
As to the success of the experiments recounted in Chapters 8 and 10, it 
should be said tbit the estimate made by the employment officers of the 
companies concerned differs materially from that of the author, 

Richmond, Mary !].: Social Diagnosis; New York, 1917, Russell Sage Foundation. 

Chapters VJL to XXIII inclusive. A very complete discussion of the various 
sources of information concerning employes, and the relative reliability of 
these sources. 


Schneider, Herman: Selecting Ken for Jobs; The Engineering i^!Iagazine, 1916, pp. 

Sept. iQ> '18 
Sheet 2 



Err^loyment Ivlanagenenc Section, War Industries Board 


Worman, H. a.: Reorv.itin^^ the Working Forces Factory 

I Finding the Hiclit Kan, Decenber, }i'j';', pp. 59-61, 81. 

II The Personal Interview in Hirina' Hen, January, 1906, pp. 110-111, 125 

III Hirin., the Un.^killed v;or:man, Fel)ru.ary, 1908, p. 158, 172. 

IV HirinG^ the Semi-Skilled V/orloaan, March, 1908, pp. 194, 212. 

V Kirin^ the Skilled V/orkraan, Aprril, 1908, pp. 251, 252. 

VI Promoting' l^n iron the Hanks, May- June- July, 1905, pp. 19, 44. 

VTI Nei,;h^aorhcod Sources of Supply, 1908, iiugust-Sept.-Oct. , pp. 77, 94. 
VIII Ge'ttint; in Touch with Out-of-Town Workmen, 1908-9, Nov, -Dec- Jan. , 
pp, 103-104, 120> 

Handling' Men: ChicaGC 1917, A. V/. Shaw Co, I Selectin^; and Hiring. PP* 7-56. 

Hiring" and Firing: New York, 1918, Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., pp. 23-38. 

Glossary of Occuoations; p.o. 467-526 of Bv.lletin No. 218 of U. S. Bureau of 

Labor Statistics en'citled "Wages and Hours of L^Lor in the Iron and Steel 
Bidustry, 1907-1915. Washington 1917. Superintendent of Documents, 35^. 





P H Y S I C AJ>----1JL A-ILiii- A . T J_ N S_ 
En5)loyraent ManajemeDt Section, v;:.r Industries Board 

Sept. 19, ;i8 

Sheet 1 

Alexander, Magnus \. Ileasurin- the :/ork:nan»o Physical Fitness for His Joh; In- 
dustrial Llanajement, 1917, January, jj. 493-502. 

iindrev.s, j B.: Physical E: .r:in;>.tiQn of Sployes; Concord, N. H., 1916, Ameri- 
can Journal of Public Health, Vol. VI, pp. 825-829. 

Carmichaej. H. 3.: The Ilethod of ::x^ination ajid Results in Sight, Hearin^ and 
Color Vision for a.e Year on the Gi'i-nd Trunk Rail\v'?^ S:,^stem; Toronto, 1916, 
Canada i.Iedical AiDSOciaoion Journal, V^l . VI, pp. 210-227. 

Clark, v;. Iwin^v II. 3.: Iledico.! Supervision of Factory Bnployesr Result of Five 
Years' i:.perience; Jo-crnal of .4^erican L^tedical A^-sociation, 1917, Jan. 6,p5. 

Cronin, H. J.: V lue of He..lth E^uninations; Journal Ajnerican Medical Aosociation 
1916, April 29, p. 1374. 

Duty, A. H.: The Value of ^xaiTiination of Avlicants for ^jidustrial Employment,. 
New York, .1916, Iledical Record, Vol. L:aXiX, pp» 952-954. 



Fisk, ^. L.: F ctors Affectin., the >.orkinj A' ilit- of the Er-iploye; lOOfo, 
Dec, pp. 84-88 i: 132. (1!.-. Fi3k is M-dical Director of the Life .i 
sion Institute, lev/ Yjr-i City). 

Fisk, Su.^ene L.- Periodic p.^ysical E-.amination of E-Tployes; N tional Association 
of ilanufacturers, 1915, p . 190-204. 

Lo^vman, J. B.: Value of Piiysicd I^xanination as a Factor in the Prevention of 
Industrial lujuryi 2J^u.:r.z, 1916-17, Pennsylvania Medical Journal, Vol • X^, 

p^ . 48-55 • 

Ilock H. ^..' Efficient S stem of liodical E. amination^ Transaction of lOth An- 
nual Ifeetin, of IT^tional ^..sociation for Study and Prevention of Taher- 
culosis, 1915* 

McC^rdy, S. II.: P..ysical Ecanination and Ra.^eneration of Employes; Chicajo, 1915, 
Juurnal ^".eriCoJi I/jdical ^.sociation. Vol. LXV. p:>» 205C-2054. 

M^Hual, J..: T*xe i;eec. of a Vision Tcjt for Drivers; London, 1916, II, p. 390, 
Bi-itish Medical Journal. 

Rike Fredericxi H.: T..e i^eed for and V.lue of Piiysioal Exai.ination of :::.vloyes 
'as IllustrateJ in the '.Vork of the Rike-Komler Co.; A^inals of American 
ACxLemy, 1916, m y, pp. 223-228. 

Se:,..our, Gertrude: T.e Health of Soldier and Divilian: Survey, 1918, April 27, 
po. 89-94. Review of availal:le records on causes of rejection of drafted 


S-iuudv. F-. Loy.a ... (Bothlehen Steel Co. S. Bethlehem, Pa.): Medic..! Saper- 
vision of Y/oriVMoa .r^ Iti Relatict. to the Prevention of Industrial Acci- 
dentsj Bulletin of Pennsylvaaia, Dept. of Labor, 1917. Ilarch, Vol. 4, Uo. 3 
DO. 68-76. 

Employment llanasement Section, V/ar Industries Board 


Sept. 19, ne 

Sheet 2 

Hiring and Firing, N^v York, 1917, Ivfetropolitan Life Insurance Co., pp. 33-36 

Pennsylvania Melical Journal, Oct. 1916, Vol. 20. No. 1, Conference of Indus- 
trial Physicians, pp. 43-50 on statistics of results of examinations. 

V.hy a Health Audit Pays: iife Extension Institute, Factory, 1916, March, pp. 






U £ B g A L T E S T S 

Sept. 19, '18 
Sheet 1 


lErqployment Llana^^ement Section, V'ar Industries Board 

Boai^iman, Helen: PsycholOoic:! Tests; A Bil^liojraphy, New York, 1918, Bureau of 
Educational Experiments, Bulletin ..o, 6. 

Bromer, Aujusta F. : Psychology of Special Abilities and Disabilities, Boston, 

1917, Little Bruwn, ^1.75. Lii^cy's ^1-58. 


Chi-ssell, Laura 11,: Tests for Originality; Journal of Ed, Psychology, Vol. 7, 
uo. 6, pp. 317-328. 

Barlini^'ton, Dr. Thomas: Illness in Industry- Its Cost and Prevention; Bulletin 
of iiiiierican institute of Ilinin^^ Engineers, 1918, April, pp. 874-881. On 
Mental Test- , (Dr. Darlinjton is Director of psychopathic Hospital of 

BOStOlT?^) r 

Fernald, Guy G. • Achievement Capacity Test; Journal of Educational PsycholQ^^v, 
Vol. 5, Ivfo. 6, pp. 53i-3o6, 

Franz, Shepherd I.: Handbook of I.Iental Examination Llethods, New York, 1912, 
Journal of i^ervous and IvIenL.l Diseases Publishin^^ Co. 

Hamilton, A. II.: Tests for the Perception Efficiency of Hecruits; Medical Hecord, 

1918, February 16, Vol. 95, pp. 285-286. 

Hanus, Paul H. and H. D. G-aylord: Courtis Arithmetic Tests Applied in Employes 
in Business Houses, Educational Administration and Supervision, Vol 3, 
ITo. 9, pp, 505-520. 

Hoeh and Amsden; a Guide to the Descriptive Study of the Personality; New Yorlc 
State Hospital Bulletin, l"ov., 1913, p. 12 ff. 

Hollin^^vorth, K L,: Vocational Psychology; New York, 1916, D, Appleton. Oh. 

Ill, The Develox^ment of Psycho lo^iCcil Tests, pp» 57-79; Ch. V, Special Vo- 
cational Tests and Ilethods, rg. 109-121. Tests, Blanks, Standards, Forms, 
p,., 2B 5-300. 

Jarrett, :i-ry Ct| Chief Social Service, Boston, Psychopathic Hospital; Psycho- 
pathic Employe: A Problem of Industry; LfediciBe and Surgery, 1917, September. 

Kelly, Truman L.: A Constructive Ability Test; Journal of Ed. PsycholOoTt Vol 7, 
No, 1, pp. 1-16. 

LoUi^h, J. E.: Experimental Psychology in Vocational Guidance; New York, 1913, 
Cooperative Press. 

ifetcalf, H, C: Report of Committee on Vocational Guidance; New York, 1916, 

National Association of Corporation Schools, pp. 94-111. Reproduces certain 
tests used by Prof. Valter Dill Scott in the work of Carnegie Institute of 

Ilullan, E. K.: Ilentality of the Arrivin^; Iramisrant; Public Health Bulletin, No. 
90, V/ashinjton, 1917. Government Print, 15 cents* 

:a e it t a lt e s t s 

Sept. ly, »18 
Sheet 2 

Engployment Llanajement Section, V.'ar Industries Board 






Pintner, H, and H. A. Toops: Uental Tests of Unemployed Men; Journal of Applied 
Psychology, 1917, p, 1, 325-o41, etc. 

Pintner, Rudolph: The Ilental Survey; New York, 1918, D. Appleton. Endeavors 
to construct a sieve, applicable in diagnostic work, for educational and 
social surveys. 

Scott, Walter Dill: Selection of Employes ty Ileans of Quantitative Deterraina- ' 
tions; Arrnais of American Academy, 1916, May, pp. 182-193. 

Scott, Walter Dill: The Scientific Selection of Salesmen; Advertising and Sell- 
ing lia^azine, 1915, October, November and December. 

Speek, P. A.: Psychology of Floating Workers; Annals of itoerican Academy i 
Pol. and Scientific Science, 1917, January, pp. 72-79. 

Stern, W. : Psychological Methods of Testing Intelligence; Baltimore, 1915, 
Warwick and York, vl'25. 

Stern, 'v'illiam: The Supernormal Child; Journal of Ed. Psychology, Vol, 2, No. 
3, pp. 143-l/dt8; No. 4, pp. 181-190. 

Termar., Lewis :.. • Measurement of Intelligence; Boston, 1916, Houghton, River- 
side Textbooks. 

Terman, Lewis M. : The Stanford Revision and Extension of the Binet-Simon In- 
telligence Scale, Baltimore, 1917, Warwick and York. 

Tredgcld, a. F.: Mental Deficiency; New York, 1912, William Wood & Co., especi- 
ally Chapter VI "Physic-a Characteristics of Aiientia" : nd Chapter VII, 
'•Mental and Nervous Characteristics". 

Wliipple, Guy M. : The Use of Mental Tests in Vocational Guidance; Annals of 
Aineric:.n Academy, 1916, May, pp. 193-204. 

Withrow, O.C*J.: Mentally Deficient Recruits for Army Service; Public Health 
Journal, 1918, March, Vol. 9, p. lCS-111. 

Yerkes, Robert M, and James 'V. Bridges and Rose S. Hardwick: Pint Scale for 
Measuring" Mental Ability, Baltimore, 1915, Warwick and York. 

Yerkes, Robert M. and C. S* Rosey: A Point Scale for the Measurement of in- 
telligence in Adolescent and Adult Individuals; Boston Medical and Sur- 
gical Journal, 1917, April 19, Vol. .76, No. IC, pp. 564-673. 

Hiring and Firing: New York, 1918, Metropolit:ai Life Insurance Co., pp. 31-33. 

Material for mental tests m^ be secured from Stoelting and Co., 3047 Carroll 
Ave. Ciuca.^0, manufacturers of scientific apparatus, and from The Morning- 
side Press, 3000 Broadw:-y, New York City. 

Mentality Tes^ist A Sym^>oslum; Journal of Ed. Psychology. Vol. 7, No. 4, pp. 
229-240; No. 5, pp. 278-266; No. 6, pp. 348-360; No. 7, pp. 427-433. 

The Seventeenth Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education, 
Part II, The Measurement of Educational Products, Bloomington, 111, 1918. 


JOB •/, X^ A L Y S I S 

• Sept. 18, '18 

Sheet 1 

Er.inloyment r^fcua^euient Sectiuxi, Vax Iiidus tries Board 

B.-.acock, Major George P.: T-yloj- S^'steixi :.n ¥r;^.:il?:lin liiui ;ei;.ent; Ne-./ Turk, 1917, 
Eii^ir\e3'.*i'a^: iy.i:,r^7,iaa Co., Chap car 6, e3peo.^.a' pp# 80-83* 

SloiJKieield, Ifever: I- .'Lor' end. CM<iJ^nc.^^^^ -^v; Hew Y^rk, 1917, The Industrial S::- 
tcnsjoxi Jns^-.l/.'ate, Chapter V, 1?3 -1.41 

BurUer R. J.; r;--*t:oi.i 55;)cr-Tf 1 *aoioriS /or Hlri.n..,; A-nnalp c-f ArAeTlcan, Ac^^deny, 
1916> ivl.^, ■^-*. 176-iei. 

Cruzier, Cexier.:! Will.^xra! Scientific M^=^a:;e:'uent in Government Fstal^lisliirients- 
Bulletin uf Socv^t^^ to Promo::e the >Science of M-rXiU'^eiaent, 1915t October* 

fir.erson, H..-rr:.n^;toii: The Twelve Principles of Efficiency; ITe'w Yorlc, 1912, En^ift 
neer:-.nj VL^c-^zino Co,, pp. 25i-3vi6. Al.O) m the author'^ "Efficiency" 
P-, 9^-145. 

Guuld, Ernest C: Hou Adequate Records H'j1-.> to Sulve Labor Problei^s; IJ^fo^ 1918. 
i^i-y* PP» 106-114* 

Guuld, Ernest C: Outline of Job Analysis as used by Ernest C* Gould of the 
YoTonijStown Siieet and Tuuc Co.; Iron Aje 1916, Ai>ril 4, <•. 67'*. 

Kolly, Roy \7. : Hiring tuc WorKt:r; En^iineeriuv Mr.,,o.zine Co., OK'^-^ter V. r.-* -i6-f^w. 

JiGtCilf, H. C: Repurt of Conraittee on Voc.tion^l Guid^^ce; Wow York, 1916, 
N-ticncil Associ ition of Curporati'^n Schools, pp. 44-47. 

Taylor, F. W. : Shop Ilanat^ement; New York, 1911, Harper 6: Bros,, pp. 123-126. 

Valentine, Robert G.: Labor Or^^anizations and Public Employment Offices; Pro- 
ceeding's of the Fourth innual Iifeetin^- of the i\inerican Assor^lation of Public 
Employrr.ent Criir.ers held at Buffalo, July 20, 21, 191S. Published as Bull- 
etin No. 220 of "he Bureau of Labor Statistics, ^Vashingtcn, 1917. In this 
address l^. Valentine ur,-es the necessity of job analysis, with time 
studies, as a means of arriving at a basis for wages. 

Valentine, R. G. : Cooperating in Industrial Research; Survey, 1916, Sept. 9. 

Glossary of Occupations (in the iron and steel industry-) Bulletin of U. S. Bureau 
of Labor Statistics NO, 218, Wages and Hours of Labor in the Iron Steel In- 
dustry, 1907 to 1915, Oct. 1917. Price 35^, pp. 467-526. Consists of short 
paragraphs defining the work of each type of worker and the amount of 
strength and skill required. When the occupation to aiay extent len/i.*^ up. to 
a hi^er occupation, the facts are stated. 





Sept, 18, '18 
Sheet 2 

Employment Management Section, 'Jar Industries Section 

Hirin^- and Firinj; New York, 1918, Hetropo*litan Life Insurance Co., pp. 19-23. 

Report on Clas<^ if? cation and Salary Standardization of the Personal Service in 
the New Jersey State, Trenton, il. J* 5 1917, pp. 502. ITew 
Jersey Scate Oixil Sei^ice aoimaissyon, Contains Pefinition of puties, 
ExcaTiples of work v/hich persons of the class should be able to perform, 
Qualifications and su-jges^^d ranje of compensation, for every class of 
clerical, en.-ineei'in^^ medical, inspectional and other position represented 
in the public service of the state. 

Trade Specifications and Occupational Index of Professions and Trades in the 
Army, 'Vashin^ton, 1918. V/ar Department Document Ho. 774, Office of the 
Adjutant General. 




Washing ten 
Sept. 20,191B 


Smployment Management Section, War Industries Board 

Alden, Percy: Dilution of Later; The C»n temporary Review, 1916, September, pp, 

Bailie, G. H.: Dilution ef Skilled Lahor and Women in Industries; American 

Machinist, 1917, Nov. 25, p. 951 ff. (Mr. Baillie Labor Supply Department tf 
Great Britain) 

Bullard, W. I.: \7omen»s \7ork in War Time; Boston, 1918, Merchants National Bank. 

Parnham, Dwight T. : Negroes a Source of Industrial Labor; Industrial Management, 
19ir, August, pp. 123-129* 

Fisher, Boyd; M*re Work ly Subdividing Jobs; Factory, 1917, November, pp. 726-727. 

Gamon, Victor T. J.; Using Men Past Forty-five; Factory, 1918, March pp. 421-423. 

Ohmer, Will I.; Xlhy We Are Replacing Men with Women; Factory, 1917, March, pp. 
313-31S, (Mr. Chmer is President Recording and Computing Machine Co.) 

Employment ef v:cmen and Juveniles in Great Britain During the War; Bulletin of 
U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, No. 223, Washingtcn, 1917. 

Rnergency Demands Extra Effort by Shop Foreman — Breaking in \7omen 'Workers; lion 
Age, 1918, February 7, p. 382 ff. 






Snployrnent Jlanai^eroent Sect ion $ War Industries Boai*d 

Bullard^ Stanley H, : Minimum Turnover in Maoine-Shop Labor; Iron Age^ 1918, 

July 25. Principles which have (juided the Bullard Machine Tool Co. and the 

Dou{^las, Paul H. : The Problem of Labor Turnover; i^merican Economic Review, Vol. 8, 
No. 2, June, 1918, pp* 306-316. 

Button, Henry P.: Why liten Leave Their Jpbs; Industrial Management, 1918, AU;^stt 
pp. 147-148. 


Erskine, L., and Cleveland J,: New 2.fen for Old: The Hiring and Firing Problem in 
Industry; Everybody's, 1917, April. 

Fish, E. H^.! The Tabulating' of Labor Turnover; Annals, May, 1917, pp. 33-43. 
(Mr. Fish is Employment Mjia^er Norton Co., Worcester, Mass.) 

Fisher, Boyd; Lfethods of Reducing" the L;-bor Turnover; Annals of American Academy, 

1916, Llay, pp. 144-154. Does not contain the tabulation of remedies later 
attached to this p^er. 

Fisher, Boyd: Determining Cost of Turnover of Labor; Annals, May i 1917, pp. 44-50. 

Fisher, Boyd; How to Reduce Labor Turnover; Annals, May, 1917, pp. 10-32, 

Cre^-g, Richard B.: Labor Turnover Records and the Labor Problem; Pqp er in Textile 
Session of 38th annual meetin^; of iimerican Society of Mechanical Engineers, 

1917, December. 

Heltman, Ralph E.: Do You Keep Your Men Too Long? System, 1918, April. 

Hobart, M. C; The Problem of L.-bor Turnover; American Jfeichinist, 1918, May 16. 
Detailed figures of the cost of labor turnover* 

Kelly, Roy V/.: Hiring the V/orker; New York, 1916, Engineering Magazine Co., 
Chapter XI, pp. 195-216. 

Nichols, Ernest F.: The Employment Manager; Annals, May, 1916, pp. 1-8. 

Slocum, C. H.: wliy We Can Hold Our Men; System, 1917, December. 

Van H'.rlingen, J. M. and T. J. Dv/yer: Methods of Arriving at L.bor Turnover; In- 
dustrial IlJiiagement, 1918, April, pp. 319-321. 

Williams, Mrs. J: no C: Tne Reduction of Labor Turnover In the Pliinpton Press; 

Annals, 11,^^ 1917, pp. 71-81^ (Mr*. Williams is Enployment Manager, Plimpton 
:PTe s s , Norwood , Mas • ) 

* • 

Williams, Joiin M. (Secretary of Fayette R. Plui^b, Inc, Philadelphia): An Actual 

Account of What We H..:ve Done to Reduce our Li-bor Turnoveri Annals, M:y, 1917, 
pp. 52-54 on cost of labor turnover. 

Computing L-.t-or Turnover: A •Questionnaire; Industrial M-nagement, 1918, Sept., 
pp. 239-246. Among others contributing are D. R. Kennedy ^ H. H. M- owan, E. 
H. Fiiih, Jiark M, Jonc;:, .o:id I^Iary B. Gilson. 

'^he Hi^i: Cost of L- . or That Curaes and Goes, Factory, 1916, December, p^). 655-656. 
CaujBes of employes leaving. SU^^jeste^ remedies. 



Sopt, 2o, 1918. 

V C A ? I ^ 11 A L g U I J) A IT C E 

Er.T<;)lo.yir.eiit Mcra^ement Sw'^.tlon, \i<jX Industries Bojird 

BloGin-^ield, Ij^yer: B'^.adViigs in Yocational CAiiCanae ; Buston, 1915, Ginn. 

Bloom.ue:5i., Ivleyer: Vncr-aMcial G-uIcanco of Yo'ath; New York, 1911, Houjhton. 

Brc'wej, Jchii M. -.n^. R. W. Kelly: A Snle-'.ted CritiOcJ. BibliOt';rap}iy of Vucational 

Guivlarioo; Cunbrid-e, li ss. 1917, fioxvard Imiversit-y Press, li-rvard Bulletins 
in FiOU'-ation, No. 4. 

Br^-.vcr, Hohii m p-.p. The Vocational Gaidance Movement; N. Y,, 1918, Eicmillan. 

Pavis, JwJT.^io B.: Yoor/.tionc*! cOid lloral C^-uidoiiOG, IT. Y. , 1915, Ginn. 

Goodv,in, IranK P.: Vocational Guidance 5.n 05noin:iati; Ir "Readings in Vocational 
G^iidan>"e" edited by Ileyer Bloom:: ieid , pp. 129-140r 

Martin, Eleanor a:id Llar^nret A. Post: Vocations for the Trained V/oman. Part 2: 
Agricult^ux, Social Se?:*vioe, Secretarial Service, Business of Real Estate; 
N. f . , }9I4, T.ont^inans. Part i treated of Social and Economic Service, Scien- 
tific ^Vcrk, .T)c-Tier.ti''. Science, .Agricul^.uro, Secretarial work. Literary V/ork, 
Axtj S^^'ecial For).is of Tea?i'ing» 

Puffer, J. Adams :'»Vo national Guidance", Chicago, 1914, Rand, IXsNally & Co. 

Robinson, Emily: Vocational Education; ITew York, H. V/. Witson Co., $1.25. 

Garment yialc5ng Industries,; Industrial Survey of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, 1917, 

-p-p. lis. Chamber of Commerce- Industries versus Needle Trades; Historical; 
Present ^Organization; Condi bicns, Selection of \;'c)rkers. Descriptive Analysis 
of Garment Ina.u3tries; \;'hat Schools may Teach. 

Shipyard Employment, Bureau of Vfcat^onal Guidance, Division of Education, Har- 
vard University, Washin^^tcn , 1918, Emer.^ency Fleet Corporation, Description 
Cf the trades in a shipyard. 




Sept. 20^ 1918 


R.-r)loyment ^/Ljiar;:enien 'c Section, War Industries Board 

Beverid^e, William H.: Unaii^lo^ent: A Pro t lorn of Industry, London, 1912, L-njaana 
p. "405. Cw.lled "The Bible of UnamployiBont", 

* < ' ' " - * .' . 

Brown Edwin .^. : Broke: T/ie M::n Without the Dime;" Chicago, 1914, Browne & Howell 
Cw., pj* 570? §1.50, A Ponver man went out without money to find out what 
Gities were doin.j for men and i27Gmen out of work. 

Cooke, Morris L : 3oien-bi.?3c M^aia-emenh a^ o r^oluUcxi of We iTnomx-iayin^v^^^. v^<yA^, 
Annals, 19X5.. t3Cj^ 'ceraber , pp. 146-154. 


Oooke, Ilcrris L.: Casual and Chronic Uhemplcyment; Annals of American Academy, 
1915, Hay, pp. 184= -190, 

Irwin, Will: The Floatinj Lf.borer; Saturday Evenin.- Post, 1914, May 9, Vol, 186, 
No. 45, pp» 3-5 and 4i-50. 

Hill, Frederick C: Contemporary Theories of Uneznployment and Unemployment Relief; 
Kew York, 1917, Columhia University, pp. 130-164., Henry R.: Social L Gurance-. A Procrara of Social Reform; Kew York, 1910, 
' M.-.cmillan. C' ^ter IV, Unem[.loyra8nt: Causes and Remedies. 

BiblioL-raphy in ^nerican Labor Lt.:4slative Review, 1914, M< y, pp. 40^-420 .aid. 
1915^, June* p,.. 459-463. 

New York Com is si or. on Si^uloyer's Liability and Other Iilatters. 3rd Report. Unem- 
V • . ^-^-^oyment ar.d L^.k gf Fc^m L-. bor, Ubany, 1911. Contains W. M. Leiserson s 
report on 'Jrienr.l«yTr.-5r.t in the State ef New York. 

A Practical Procr^jr. for the Prevention of Unemployment in i^merica, 1915, !l'.y, 
Anierican Associittier: on Unem;Aoyment. 

The prevention of U.-r.oloyiT;ent; A-^^rioan Labor Lejislation Review, 1915, June, Vol. 
5, Lo. *., i.i>. 176-19?.. E>:cellent sys^tematic outline. 

Proceedin s of the Cunf^rerxe on Sucial Insurance; Bulletin of U. S. Bureau of 
L^bor Statistics, l^o. 21^, \;ashin-ton 1917, ;j. 855-895. 

*;/ment in Hew Y^rl: Cit^; Bulletin Nu. 172 of the Bureau of I^tor Statistics. 
'..\i3hin ,toi>, Quvcrnment Printinj Office. 

Unemployment in the Ur.itod St;.toS; B-alletln Ko. 195 of the Bureau of Labor Sta- 
tistics, V/otShinijiton, Gtovernmcnt Printing Office. 



R S TT L A H I 2 A T I N 

Errnloyment Hanajembnt Seot-ion, War ladustries Board 

Sept. 20, 1918 

Dewey, Daris R, : Ir?e:::ularity of Einployment ; American Economic Association, Pub. 
No. 5-6, 1894, pp- 55-6T. 

Enmet, Borif=i: Lc^bor Sur*vv^y of Cleveland Cloak Industry, Montiily Lc.l»or Review, 
1918, AUc^ibt, pp. 10-29. 

Tarbell, Ida H. : New Ideals In Business, New Yorkj 1917, Maciiiillan, Chapter X, 
Steadying the Jot, pp. 258-289. 

Willets, J;)seph H.: Stci^dyinj Employment: With a Section Devoted to Some Facts 
on Unen^lcyiiient in Philadolphia , Pii.-lladvj'Jl.phia, ?.916, Amei'ican Academy of 
Pol. and Social Science. Supplemen''^ to the ii'^nnals for May "^916. 


On Fluctuations of Enrplw^^ment I>ar2.n^ the Year; 12th Census, 1900, Vol. VII, p. 

Ret.-ularizatiL^n of Industry: American L^-bor Lejislation Reviev;; 1915, June, Vol. 5, 
No. 2, ,.p. 184-189. 


Eroployinenv M:ina{;pmart Section, War In'^.ns^.ries Board 

Sept. 2Ct 1918 

Andrews, Johr B«: A Nj-'^^lonal System cf Labor rxohan^es In Its nelatlon to Indus- 
xrlal MC.'.ciency; Anxiala of iJ^.0^^^Cin Acadeir.7, ISlo, Gep'oemoer* 

Kellor, FraDcas, A.: ♦♦Out of T/ork'»; N. Y*, 1904, Putnams, 
Ae^i^c.les: O.'liair Treatment of the Unemployed and Their 
and E^i^iness, 

A Study of Ernployment 
Inllnence upc n Homes 

Leiserson, W^ M. : The Theory o"^:. Public EnrploymeTit Offices and the Principles of •- 
-h3ir Praotical Admin Is tr?c.t ion; Poli-bicai Science Quarterly, 1914, March, 
pp. 28- '4/, 

Lescohis-j-, Bon P.: A Clearinc House for Labor; Atla^itic Monthly, 1918, June, pp« 
V'73-733. Types of laborers, P.equiremonts for a sacce?sful public employment 

Muhlhauscr, Hilda: Piibl'.c Smploymen-^ Bureaus and Their Relc-tion to Mcmagers of 
2inr>lov:re-rt. In TiiduytTyf In Biilletir. of U. S. Bureau cf Labor ^Statistics No. 
IS^, \7a?h.LrG»-on, 1^.;16, pp. 25-29. Also Annals of Amori3an Acad.emy, 1916, 
May, pp. IV 0^-1 7 5. 

Winsor, H. C-. : EmrlojTnent Bureau: Stone and V/ebster Public Service Journal, 1915, 

August, pp. 100- 103 • 

Bn$)loyment Bureaus for Classifyins Workmen: American Machinist, 1917, J: nuary 11, 
p, 64; Feb. 15, pp. 289-290; M.rch 8, pp. 432-433. 

Federal Employirsnt Service: Monthly Review of Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1918, 
January, Vol 6, No. 1, pp. 42-43 and 121-127. 

How the St te Finds Jobs: Albany, N. Y., 1918; New York State Industrial Coj:jmlssion. 

Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Meetin,^" of the American Association of Public 

Employment orfices, Baffalo, Jaly 20-21, 1916. Bulletin of the U. S. Bureau 
of L::i'or Stc.tistics. No. 220, V/ashlnGton, 1917, Government Printinej Office 
1^ cents. 

Proceedings of the American Association of public Employment Offices; Bulletin of 
U. sl Bureau of L -bor Sta'vistics, No, 192, Washington, 1916. 

United States Employment Service Organized by the Department of Labor, Monthly 
Review of Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1918, McJ?ch, pp. 76-78, 



Eifiploytnent McJiasement Section, Wax* ihdustltrles iloal^d 


Clark, L. D.: Law of the Employment of Labor: New York^ 1911, Mucmlllan, Chapters 
on the Contract of Employment, Hours of Labor, Regulation of Phyelral Condi- 
tions, Liability of Employers, etc* 

Clark, Liniley D. : Recent Supreme Court Decisions and the Labor Contract; »nthly 
Review of Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1917, m^f pp. 677-697. 

Goulard, Arthur B,: Hired and Fired; System, 1910, February, pp. 174-178. 

Fones, Edward D.: The Administration of Industrial Enterprises; Now York, 1916, 
Longmans, pp. 198-201. 

Price, (torge M.: The Modern Factory, New York, 1914, John Wiley, Chapter XI, Fac- 
tory Legislation, pp- 486-513. Chapter XII, F(ictory Inspection, pp. 514.&t)i. 

Street: Workmen's Legal Rights; Recent judicial Determinations on Duties Arising 
under Eii$)loyment Relationships j Iron Age, August 2, 1917, p. 2«4. 

Decisions of Courts Affecting Labor, 1916: Bulletin of U- S. Bureau of Labor Sta- 
tistics, No. 224, Washington, 1917, Government Printing OfficB. 

wage-Payment Legislation in the United States: Bulletin of U. S. Bureau of Labor 
Statistics, No. 229, Washington, 1917, Government Printing Office* 




Sn5?loyment I!aiia-omo-).t SecGron., \Var Industries Board 

Septe 20, 1918 
Sheet 1 

Adams, T. S. and H. L, ?m-er: L^Lo- P-oblorrs; Nov; York, 1918, M^cmiUan, Ch. 11, 
Indus tr ia3 Stocat icn. 

Batson. v,. H.: ..QaU.i^.:.on o- fx-l; Lanc.r.tev. Pa., X^ii, Psychological Bevlew Co. 
Ps'/ctolOoica;. '(I'moGia-jh^, Vol. 21, No. 3r 

Book, "■. v.. Pr^:.ho •.-:./ of KrJ.ll; I.-rJ.f:50ula, ICCS, Itnvsrs'.ty of Montana. Excel- 
lent ' ^Unj i. i v .^i fron latorato..'y Gxporlr^nv^ ty,e f^x.damental lav,s of ac- 

qu 1 £ 1 •■; 1 o.a o s: sx .^ 1 1 > 

Colvin, r..-.rT H.: .on. G^.ho;■.t Il.ohlno Go's 7!e:.nod ofTrainlng Instructors In the 
Usu a-.f. L.,:..-r oi -..cthe. l.a <. -.i-o Wee^.,>; .^aie-rlcan Machinist. iS18.. M..y 16. 
See also 'Ae nwjaliBr^ foi- .-L.iril 18 and 25. 

Coigns, John f:.: I.^or an^. AcUninis •;ration. Hev. York. 1913. M.cmillan. Cliapter XX, 
Industria:. Edr.'.atlon :ai WJ^ -.ons'n. 

Dietz. J- W.: Some t.provome:,o. in ^--isting Traiiiinj Systems; Annals of American 
LC-.ile^j.. 1916, M:.y, ^-V- 2-':<.--25i. 


Dooley, C ?..: SoIyjx..- tlie Stilled Mechanic Problem; Arrerican Machinist, 1911, 
rch 23. An exoellen'} article. 

Doa,,l--. A. v.: Fittin^: Employes for New Jobs. System, 1917, Au,:ust. 

Evans. Henry R.-. BiMio.;raphy of I»^^^^^*^'i^l^Vooatioml and Trade Education. 
V&shin!,ton, 1913, U. S. Bureau of Education, Bulletin l^o. 22, 10 cents. 

Fuld. Leonhard P.: Service Justruotion of American Cor::orations ; Washin-ton, 1917. 
Baroau of Educ.tion, Bulietin 1916, Ku. 34, 15 cenxs. 

a^tt H. L.: Tr..?nin^ Workmen in H.bits of Industry and Cooperation; Proceedings 
of liican Sucf.eti' of Mechanical En..,ineers, Heetin. of Dece,a^er, 1908. 

Gowin, S. B.: Tr.e Executive aiid His Control of Ifen; He-. York. 1915, M;..c:.dllan. 
pp. 227-244. 

Hollinnvorth. H. L. and A. T. Poffenber^er: Applied Psychology; Nev, York. 1917. 
dT Appleton, Chapter IV, Efficiency and Learning, pp. 52-77. 

Kelly, Roy v.: Hiring the ^-orker; Kew York, 1918, Engineering liagazine Co., 
Ciiapter VII, pp. 101-122. 

Lutz, R. R.: v;<-.e Earning and Education; Cleveland, Ohio, 1916; Survey Coimit tee 
of the Cleveland Foundation.- 

Metcalf, H. C: Report of Comittee on Vocational Guidance; New York. 1916, 
National Association of Corporation Schools, pp. 55-7^. 

„ -. Ti»^^.,.+ An v,'n^«i Value Of Vocational Training; Fourth Report of 

"""S; ?£Z'-^,^\llm^tJ.f:S.:. Al>,»,y. 1«6. Stat, Of »,. ««. vol. IV 

pp. 1407-1460. 






Sl4*t. 20. 1918 

Employment Management Section, War Industries Board 

Price, C. 0. i How an Industry Trains its Men; Encineering I'lajazine, 19U, Oct., 
pp. 23-32, 

grosser, Charles A. t The Kcv Apprenticeship as a Factor in Reducing Labor Turnover. 
In Bulletin of U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, No- 196., V/ashington, 1916, 
pp. 45-52. 

Ripley, Ch.-rles M. : Apprentice System; General Electric Review, 1918, January, pp. 
- .92-91. 

Roberts, Peter (Industrial Department Y.M.C-A-): The Teaching of English and the 
i^laking of Americans; Bulletin of Pennsylvania Department of Labor, 1918, 
Vol. 5, No, 1, pp. 113-120. hXi Account of the Roberts Method of Instruction. 

Robinson, Emily (Editor): Vocational Education; New York, 1917, H, V/. T/ilson Co., 
Bibliography pp. XI-L. 

Ruger, Henry A.: The Psychology of Efficiency; New York, 1910, The Science Press. 
On the acquisition of skill as illustrated by the solution of mechanical 

Schneider, Herman: Education for Industrial Workers; Yoakers-on- Hudson., 1915, 
World Book Co« 

Scott, \;:.lter Dill: Incr«=^asing Human Efficiency in Business; New York, 1911, Mac- 
millan, Chapter X, The Rate of Jinprovement in Efficiency, ppo 223-253. 

Stanford, F. C: Training of Worlanen for Positions of Higher Responsibility; Bul- 
letin of American Institute of Mining Engineers, 1918, February, pp. 309. 

Swift, E. J. : Learning to Tp.legraph; Psychological Bulletin, Vol. 7, pp. 149-153, 
Lancaster, Pc. On plateaus In learning. 

Tarbell, Ito !i, -. New Ideals in Business; New York, 1917, »cmillan. Chapter XI, 
The Factory as a School, p>. 290-316. 

Tolman, Will is: '» H 
Education, ^. 

Social Engineering, New Y-)rk, 1909, McGraw-Hill, Chapter IX, 

Turner, Mrs, V 5 : Training cf '.jmen for T/ar Work: A Bibliography; Monthly Labor 
Revievv, 1318, August, po. 164-171. 

Weakly, F, Z-r Hov; ve Are Training W^men Workers; System, 1917, December. 

Wells, F. L.: Practice and the V/.rk-Curve; American Journal of Psychology, 1913, 

Vol. 24, p,-'. 35-51. 

Apprenticeship In Wisconsin, Monthly Review of Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1917, 
October, pD. 165-166- Giving apprentice indenture. 


E-rployment Managemont Section, War Industries Board 

V; ashing ton ^ .. 
September ZoT '!• 
Sheet 3 


EcDergenoy Training in BhiplDuilding. V/u.3hington , 1918, Federal Board for Vocation- 
al Education, Bulletin No, 3. 

Handling Ifen, Chicago, 1917, A. \7. Sha\7 Co., Ill, Breaking In and developing Jifen. 
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Indenture for Machinery Molder»s Apprentice, pp. 803-905; Indenture for Agricul- 
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Section on Industrial Training for the W.?jr Emergency, of the Council of National 
Defense, llr. H. E. Miles, Chairman, Washington, Council Buildlni;;, 18th &^D. 

a Sts,, N. V .. Numfercus very practical bulletins on the organization of vesti- 
bule schools. 

Short-Unit Courses for W ige Earners and a Factory School Bxperiment. Bulletin of 
U. S. Bureau of LalDor Statistics, No. 159, ^V.ishington , 1915. 





Septl 20, ?.918 

Etoployment !/^nc^oment Section^ V/ar Industries Board 

ijnar, Jules: Organisation Piiysiol^glqae; Paris, 1957, H. Duncd et E. Penat, 
Reviewed in Monthly Review ef Bureau of Labor Statistics, Jan* 1918, pp. 
244-245 . 

Faries, John C: Tlie ::con«mic Consequences of Physical Disability: A Case Study 
of Civilian Cripples in liev York City; Kew York, 1918, Red Cross Institute. 

Gilbreth, F. B.: The Crippled Scldier in ladustry; Bulletin of /jserican Biatituta 
cf Hining Engineers » 1918, April, IvO. 136, pp. 893-905. 

Gilhreth, Frank B. and Lillian H. : Applied Motion Study; IJev; York, 1317, Strrgis 
Walton, Chapter VII, Motion Study f^r the Crippled Soldier, pp. 131-157. 

I;fc?!urtrie, Douglas C: A Bibliography of the War Cripple; ITew York, 1918, Red 
Cress Institute. 

2fcMurtie, Douglas C: Ilemorandum on provision for Disabled Soldiers in New 
Zealand; .<ev; York, 1918, Red Cross Institute. 

Munroe, James P. (Llember if Federal Board for Vocational Education): The V/ar's 
Crippled, Survey, May 16, 1918 pp. 179-183. 

French Experience in the Place!i»nt of Disabled Soldiers; Monthly Review of 

Bureau of La.b4r Statistics, 1918, Ivlay. 

Inquiry Regarding Trades and Trainin^^ Suitable ffcr the Disabled (England) ; 

Monthly Reviev/ of Bmreau of Labor Statistics, 1917, 2>ecembar, pp. 69-72. 
A case of special job analysis. 

Review of French Bx^^etienee In Enqployraent; Monthly Bfevife** kf Bureau of Labor 

Statistics, 1916, my. 





- > Sept. 21, 1918 

E-".Xjl©yment Manac-^ement Sef.licn, V/af Industries Board 


Burlingc^jne* Luther T)„. Ai::3rionnli-:5ng a Chcusard Lfen, iidastrial Management, 1917 
Jy-n.e, pp, 3.Sb-'392. 0. rrpai:?!'.! f(rr Are v loan citizenship conducted by the Brown 
and ^harpe Mg, Co. of ?vc7:.d2:'iOe, R. !• 

H^Jiimondi H-nry: Airier lean izatic-n, A Pr>»blen in Human Engineering; Engineering Nev.s- 
Record, 1918, June 13, Vol. 60. No. 24, pp. 1116-X;.:.9. 

T.-lbot, V.inth:.'^p, IvJ. D.; n^eif^^^blnp ;^r>gllj:ih -U .^15.exiS; J^rx-:..^^^ *t/^^-r.^>rf-^. ^^r-yr^vAry 
39 (191?) ; shinp'-cn 19''.e, BioTioj^vr^^pii-. 

T.lbot, Winthioor-. iir;erjcanization. Ho,. Yoa>k. 1917.. H, V/. Wilson Co-, H:mdbook Series 

CoiTir.ittee frf thr^ CManher cf Commorce of the U. S, cf America. I!r. F^^n:c Trumbull, 
Cii^irman, 23 V, 39th St.; N-w York Cit^/. Bulletins. 

:^l^Ain. the Eoi.'Pi.;r. I^crn Oi-ir: uf Us; Coiih.aittoe on Foreign-Born Women of the Committee 
on V/oracn Jr.." of ':he Council of HatiOxjal >fpn?e; Survey, 1918, May 25, 
pp, 2i3-2:.5. Gppodes le5islation for the compuls-jry teaching of English. 





Employment Llariagvaipent SecJ^ion, War Industries Board 

Brown, Pred X.: Man or Machine— ''■''^ "Priddy, Al", Boston, 1912, The Pilgrim Press 
ATI unusually suggesxive littJe book. 

Oai^j-nter, Edward; Towards Iijidustrial preedom; New York, 1917, Scril)ners, CJhapter 
III, Industry as an Art, pp. 48-59. Chapter IV, Beauty in Everyday Life, pp* 

Oollins, J, K.: The Ij^t of Handling Men. Philadelphia, 1910, Altemus, pp. 143. 
".'laking V/ork a aarce", pp. 23-40. 

2rski?j., ::iss Lillian: Eivets and Ifen; Everybody's iviagazine, 1916, B/^rch. 

Preud, Sigm'Jind: Psychopathology of Everyday Life; Nev; York, 1917, Macmlllan 

Hoxie, R. P.: Sci.>ntific Management and Labor, New York, 1915, D. Appleton, pp. 



James, V/illiam: Psychology (Briofer Course); Now York, 1914, Holt, pp. 134-151; 287-? 
301; 391-415. 

Marot, Helon: Creative I-ipulse in Industry; New York, 1918, S. P. ]?utton & Co. 


LI?.I)ougal 1 , Villiam: An Introduction to Social Psychology; Boston, 1916, 11th edition 
John ••'. Luce & Co. a discussion of the principal instincts and emotions which 
ronstitute the primary tendencies of the raind, and which are the social forces 
cf human nature. 

UoDougall, Villiam: Psychology: Th* Study of Behavior; New York, 1912, Holt, 50^. 

Parkijr, C:-.rl<^ton H.t Ilotives in :^conomic Life; Proceedings of American Economic 
Asscriation, 1917, Decomljer. 

?ut?.azfl, J. J.: Human Motives; Boston, 1915, Little. Brown & Co. 

Schneider, Herman: .in .Analysis uf Factory v;ork; Iron Age, 1911, Noveml^er 16. A 
gen'^r^.l discussion of energizing versus enervating work. 

3cott, Walter Dill: Increasing Human Efficiency in Business, N. Y. , 1911, Macmillan 

Wthee, Colonel: .;a> oloon at v/ork, N. Y. , 1914, MaCmillan. Chapters 7 and 8. Re- 
wards and Penalties, pp. 171-239. 

Ve^len, Thorstein B.: Instinct of Workmanship and the State of the Industrial Arts; 
xlev; York, 1914, liacmillan. 

W:.llas, Jr-Lhan- The Great Society; New York, 1917, Macmillan. 

Veek.^, ^rland D-: The Psychology of Citizenship.; Chicago, 1917. A. C RlcClurg & Co. 
Cila;'^t=5^s V anc. VI. 

flight, , R.: Some offsets of Incentives on Work and Fatigue; psychological Review, 
if«*, (Vol. 13) pp. 23-34. 

Eealtii and V/..r; American Labor Legislation Review, 1913, March, pp. 9-17. Dis- 
cusses the need of satisfying the worker's instinct for self-expression, for 
sel:P-rospect, for self-sacrifice, etc. 


W A G S S 

Sept. 23, 1918 
Sheet 1 




CroiS references: The Jlinajsun Wage, Prcfit-eharing 

JSfcploynieat MiMk^Gioont Seotioii» War Industries Board 

Ashley, V/. J.: The Adjustment of \yages; New York, 1903, Longmans, Appendices, V 
and VI, Sliding Scales, p^« 268-33a. 

Auel, C, B.t A Review of jSxisting ^ge Systems; Axnerioan iJachinlst, 1912, June 13, 
pp. 945-950. 

Babcock, mior Georga D. : The Pr^ylor Syfltem in the Franklin Manageioent; Nev, York, 
1^17, Engineering Mc^uzine C ., Chapter VI, Eraployment and Rate Fixing, 
Publis'/ied as Rating the Wi^os ot Workers in Industrial lAanagement, Jun. 1917, 
pp. 634-564. 

Bender, Carl: Systems of W^^s and Their Influence on Efficiency; Engineering 
Magazine, 1908, Pec, pp. 498-510. Excellent hrief comparison of all the 
systems; but the Gcintt system is not correctly presented. 

Ohapman, S. J.: S' rae Theoretical Objections to SlidinS Scales i Tlie Economic Journal 
(London) 1903, June, pp. k8 6-196. 

Clark, Llndley D.i The La\' of the Emi'loynjent of Lebor; Kew Ycnc, 1911, Maomillan, 
Ohaipter 11, p . 45-72. 

Emerson, Harringtonj The Tv^elve Principles of Efficiency; Ne>i y:>rk, 1917, The En* 
^ineerin,^ M&Gc^zine Co., Chapter XIV, Efficiency Reward, p... 341-367. 

Baaet, Buriss Piece-rc*te Wa^^e Systems in the lten*s Clothing Industry; Monthly 
Revievv of Bureau of Labor Statistics, ldl7» Nov., j^. . 23-36. 

Ennls, William D.: Works Management; Hew York. 1911, MCGraw-Hill, Gh. 17, Labor, 
pp^ 29-54. 

Fitch. John A,: Stretching the Pay aivelope: Some New Ifethods of Fixing Wagesi 
Survey, 1918, Jan. 12, pp. 411-413* 

Flux, A. W.T Economic Principles; LonAon, 1904, Methuen & Co., Chapter IX, Special 
ProMems cf V/agos! :j[et2iods of gemuneration* 

Franklin, Benjamin A. •. Experiences In Efficiency; Engineering m^ziM. 1913, August 
pp. 669-a73. Excellent article on gauging wages to quality and tjuaatlty in 
cut^^ing up leather. 

Gantt, H. L. : A Bonur: System for Rewarding Labor; Transactions of American Society 

of liechanical Bngiueert., Ko. 926, New York, 1902. 

, . ■». . ' ' ■ 

Gantt, H. L.: The Co2np3nsation of Workwn; Engineering togazine, 1910, Fe*., pp^ 
663-662; itornh, pp. 813-823; Aj??il» Jp^ 17-23; toy, pp. 161-175; June, pp. 

Oantt, H, L.: V7ork, v/agoi^ and^floflta; New York, iSlO, the Engineering I^agatlne, 
esix>cirill:^ O^ia^^.ers III, IV, ? and VI. 


WAS B 5 

Sept. 23 ♦ 1918 
Sheet 2 



Cross references: The Miniinuin Wage, Profit Sharing 

ai^luyinent Ivlanagement Section, Vi^r Industries Board 

Glemy. B. B.: Is the Day Wage a Pair Bargain; Factory, Fet. 1912, Excellent brief 
article on different systems. 

Going, Charles B.t Principles of Industrial Engineering; New York, 1911, Mc-Graw- 
Hill, Chapter VII, Labor: The Priijpary Wage Systems, pp. 113-132. Chapter 
VIII, Labor: Philosophies of Management, pp. 133-154. 

Gowin, B. B.: The Executive and His Control of Men; Hew York, 1915. i^cmillan, 
pp. 203-315. 

Hanna, Hugh S. & W. J. Lauck: Wages and the War: A Summary of Hecent Wage TJove- 

ments; Cleveland, Ohio, 1918, The Doyle & Vvaitz putlishing Co, ^.0«, M&lnly 

statistical tables. 

Howard, Stanley E.: The Pall River Sliding Scale; Escperiment of 1905-1910; American 
Economic Review, 1917, September. 

Hozie, R. P.: Scientific Management and Labor; New York, 1915, B. Appletcn, pp. 

Jones, Edward D.: The Administration of Industrial Enterprises; New York, 1916, 
Longmans. Chapter 12, The Measurement of Wage Factors, pp. 226-241, Chapter 
13, The ^Ider Wage Systems: Day Wages, Piece Rates, Profit Sharing and the 
Sliding Scale, pp. 242-264; Chapter 14, The Newer Wage Systems: The Halsey, 
Rowan, Taylor, Gantt, and Emerson systems, pp. 265-290. 

Kiniball, D. S.: Principles of Industrial Organization; New York, 1913, Chapter XI* 
The Compensation of Labor. 

Lee, John R. : The So-Called Profit Sharing System in the Ford Plant; Annals of 
American Acadeipy, 1916, l^y, pp. 297-310. 

Marston, C. A.: A Bonus Which Pays the Executive for Cutting Bscpsnses; iCO^t 1918, 
ipril, pp. 104-108. (I^. »rston is Industrial angineer Hupp Mtor Car Corpor- 

Mars ton, C. A.: Piece Work versus Bonus; 100^, 1918, February, pp. 110-114. (Mr. 
Marston is Industrial Engineer Hupp Motor Car Corporation, Detroit) 

Miller, L. A.- Classifying Work at Certain Basic Wages; 100^, 1913, Sept. pp, 110- 
IIS; Oct . pp. 106-110; Nov. pp. 118-122; Dec, pp. 112-116. 1917. (Mr. Mil- 
ler is Office Manager Willys -Over land Co,, Toledti) 

layers, David M, : Saving Fuel In a Large Industrial Boiler Plant; Industrial J^nage- 
ment, 1917, February, pp. 639-S50. Serves to show the type of engineering 
and aoooxmtlng control required to operate a typical production bonus plan. 

Scott, Walter Dill: Increasing Human Efficiency in Business; New York, 1911, M^c- 
millan, Chapter VI, Wages as a Means of Increasing Hianan Efficiency, pp. 132- 






Sept, 23, 1918 
Sheet 3. 

Cross references: The iJllniinuin Wage, Profit Sharing 

Employinent llaiiagement Section, War Indiistrles Board 

Se liars, R. W. : The IText Step in Democracy; New York, 1916, Macmillan & Co. Ch. IX 
Some Principles of Pecuniary Reward, pp. 170— (Mr, Sellars is Assistant 
Professor of Philosophy, 

Shepard, George K. : The Api)lication of Efficiency Principles; New York, 1917, En- 
gineering »gazine Co,, Cl^pter XII, The Fair Deal. 

Shepard; George H. : Efficiency Rewards; Industrial lanagement, 1917, April, pp. 

Stearns, \7. D. : StaD.clardl2ed Occupations and Rates; Industrial Management, 1918, 
I^a?^-«P^^-^i'^v^3"^-10. ( Sv.ea::ns is Secretary Occupation and Rate Committee, 
V/estinghvase E3.ectric and Manufacturing Co. 

Tar\>ell, Ida li.: New Ideals in Business; New York, 1917, X^acmillan, Ch. VIII, 
A Man'^ Hire, pp. 193-221. Ch. IX, Experiments in Justice, pp. 222-257, 

Taylor, Frederick W. : A Piece Rate System: Transactions of American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers, No. 647; New York, 1895. Reprinted in C. B. Thomson 
Scientific Ivlanagement , pp. S36-S83. 

Thcinpson, C. B.: How to Pay for Work; Factory, 1916, April, pp. 348-351. 

::iicii^son, C. B. (Editor): Scientific l^nagement; Cambridge, 1914, Harvard Univer- 
sity Press. Two papers hy C. B. Thompson; "Wages and V/age Systems as Incen- 
tives' pp. 684-705 and "The Relation of Scientific Management to the Wage 
Problem"' pp. 706-719. 

Vachee, Colonel: Napoleon at Work; New York, 1914, Ll^cmillan, C^ppters 7 and 8. 
Rewards and Penalties, p^'. 171-239. 

Valentine, R. G. anO. Orlway Tead: Work and Pay; Quarterly Journal of Economics, 
Vol. 31, February 1917, pp. 241-258. 

WebTi, Sidney: The Works Manager Toda^.; New York, 1917, Longmans. Chapter V, The 
Standard Rate, pp. 41-54; Chapter VI, Payment by Results, pp. 55-98; Chapter 
VII, The ivlanagement Should Have Nothing to Do with Rate of Wages, pp. 99-102. 

The Adjustment of Wages to Efficiency, Nev York, 1G96, ^erican Economic Associa- 
tion (Macmillan) Economic Studies, Vol. 1, No. 2, includes "(>ain Sharing" by 
H. R. Towne; "The Premium Plan of Paying for Labor", F. A. Halsey, '*A Piece- 
rate System", F. W. Taylor. 

Automatic Rating of WurAmen: Springfield Armory* s System; Iron Age, 1913, April 13, 
pp. 811-812. 

Why Bonus was Cut Cut of Government Shipyards; I00j2, 1918, June, pp. 112-114 &126. 
No l)onus system introduced because of the great variety of plans presented and 
no time to go to the bottom of the subject. 




Sept. 23, 1918 
Sheet 4 


Cross references: The Minirni-'m 7/rse, Profit Sharing 

Employment Ito.iagement Section, War Influs tries Board 

Getting the Honey's Worth, lOOj?, 1918, August, pp, 52-54, Itefects of ^onus plans* 

Increasing File Clerk^s Efficiency ty a Bonv.s; 100^, 1918, July, pp. 72, 78^ 
^ugustj pp. 74-78. A bonus lufiLse^ on a point system. 

Industrial Efficiency said. Fatigue in British lilunition Factories; Bulletin of 
U. S. Bureau of Lalsor Statistics, No. 230, Washington, 1917, pp. 96-122. 

Industrial Organization; Chica^'O, 1914, A« V/. Shaw C^v. »»Selecting a Wage Payment 
Method'*, p^ . 119-156 • 

Piece-work Systems; Jfechanical V/vrld, 1917, August 31. Discusses the three Tiest 
known systems. 

A Questionnaire Di.^est on Ivfcthuds of Wage Payment, Chicago, 1918, Western Effic- 
iency Sot-lety, 60 cents ^ 

Transactions of the iinerican Society of I^chanical Engineers — Kent, V/illiam: A 
Problem in Profit Sharing, 1887, No. 256, Tovync, H. R.: Gain Sharing, 1889, 
Ko. 341; Halsey, F. A.: The Premium Plan for Paying for Lalior, 1891, Noi 449; 
Taylor, F, W.: A Piece-rate System, 1895, Ho, 647; (Jojitt, H. L»s A Bonus 
System for Rewarding Labor, 1902, No* 928; Richard?, Frank: Gift Propositions 
for Paying V/orkers, 1903, No. 965; Is ^ything the mtter with Piece Work, 
Transactions, Deceml>er, 1905^ Taylor, F. W. : Shop ilLlxa^ement , 1903, No. 1003; 
Richards, Frank: Is Anything the Matter with Piece Work? 1904, No. 1012* 



EiiiijlOTinent Manrigement Section, War Industries Board 

Sept, 21, 1918 

Sh5?^t 1- 

Andrews, Irene 0.: 9^>ie Rolavlon of IrregJiIar Eraployi-sent to the Living Wa^e for 
Vi/jn?Qn; New York, 19j.5, j^erican Association for Labor Legislation 

Gibbs, Winifred S.: The HinimTom Cost of Living; Now Yorlc, 1917, Facmillan. 

HolcomJG, A N.: The Effects of tiie Lci,^I Minimum Wage for Women, Boston, 1917, 

llassachusetts Minimum Wc^e C'^icmisslan, Annals of American Academy, Jan. 1917. 

Holcomhe, A. N. The Legal rdnimum V/age in the United States; American Economic 
Review, mrch, 191 a 

Hudson, Ray M. : How to Determine Cost of Living in An Industrial Community; In- 
dustrial I^Ianagement , 19.'.8, Sept., pp. 165-191. 

©benauer, l^larie L. and Bei-tha Von der Nienburg: E.?feot of Minimum-Wage Determina- 
tions in Oregon. Bulletin of U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Washington, 

Heely, mry K. (Editor): Selected Articles on the Minimum Wage; New York, 1917, 
H. Vv. Wilsjn Co. vath comprehensive blbliogra|^hy. 

Ryan., J. A. Rev.: A Living Wage: Its Ethical and ECunoraic Aspects; New York, 1906 
L^cmillan Co. 

StreJghtoff, Frank H. : Report on the Cost of Living; Fourth Report of the Factory 
Investigating Co^jLiission, Albany, 1915, State of New York. Vol. IV, pp. 1461- 

Streightoff, Frank H.: The Standard of Living Among the Industrial People of Anjcr- 
ica; Boston, 1915, Hought.n, H^rt, Shafxner and mrs: Prize Essay. 

Taussig, P. W.: Minimum W^tge for Women; Quarterly Journal of Econv^mics, 1916, May. 

Webb, Sidney: The Eoouumio Theory of a Legal Minimum Wage; Journal of political 
Economy, 1912, December. 

Winslow. Emma A.: 15j' LIcney Won't Reach; Survey, 1918, M.^y 4, pp. 122-125. Show- 
in - un the basis of an investigation of 377 self-sui:>rortins families in New 
York City that net all wage-earners are better off since the war began. 
Published as a Bulletin by the Couiiiiittee on Home Economics of the Charity 
Organization Society of New York City. 

Cost of Living in the District of Colombia; Ivlonthly Review of Bureau of Labor 
Str.tiiitics, 1917; Oct. o.>. 1-17, Nov. u^.. l-ia. Doc, ^^. 1-18. 

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Bureau of Labor Statistics, June, 1918, pp. 37-40. 

The lanimum; Central Debating League, Chicago, 19^4. University of Chicago, 



Eqployin.or>t Mundsei^iont Section, M^t Lidustries Board 

Sep-;;, n^ 1918 
S/ieet Z 


Tlie Minimian; V/i^^e; AmVrican Ld^ialatioii Pxvinw, 1913, Tebruary, Vol. 3, No, 1, 
^j. 81-115. Papc- ly H. E. Seeder, The Theory or tho MnimuiD Woge. Discus- 
sion Ir. which Jjxra R. C^rroons, Ed\vard F. McSv^een3yt Paul U. Kellogg Henry 
Abrahanid, George &• Groat, IL ?. Kdzamond and others x^articipated. 

Report on the Cnr^t of Living for an Unr.killed Laborer '3 Family in New York City. 
BurQiiU Ox Stc.riaaTds, TTe\* Yo3:X Oiby, N. D. 

Srvmposium on the mn'm?m V/cg^ Prublern; Fourth Reporn of the Factory^ Investigd-ting 
Coramission, Albany, lG}.5v S'v.ato of Nov. Yur*^, Vol* 1, pp* 592-826. 

Third Report of the Factory InviF.tig:atirg Oojimission; Albany, 1914, State of 
Nev; York, MinimvTi' V/a^^e Logl'^Iation by TreM Osg'^d .uxdvews, pp. 16/'-4.l?- 
Select Bibliography, pp. o83--4l£». 





Sept. 21, 191(? 

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Sept. ZZ, 1918 
Sheet 1 

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Andrews, Dr. John 3.: Health Insurance Legislation; Bulletin of Pennsylvania 

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can Medical Aslociation, Jan. 6. 1917. pp. 5-8. Also P^^Ushed Jn Mbnthly 
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Sept. 23. 19 W 
Sheet Z 

Etiiploymont Minagemont Section , Kia* IMustrieo Board 

HaadUon, Alice, U. 2.: Industrial Poisons Used or Produced In :^« Jf °jg ^ ' 
of. Esplosives; Bulletin oZ B^u^eau of Labor Statistics. Whole f ' ?^^'XJ.3 
1917, pp. 141. Disousaes each type of poisoning. R^coi'd o^/ ^T^i ■ 
in e^losive inanufaM.>.A«g. Appex^.ices . Safety Standards of I^^^^^^J 
Board of Pennsylvania. Bries of Maasactevse-fcte State Board of LaDor, 

Hanson, William C. M. D. : Hl^lene of the Boot and Shoe Industry in ll-^ssachusetp; 
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Kahn, Morris H.: Report of Committee on ^d-^trlal Hygiene fJ^l^^^^:^J^ ,, 
Goods Association; Medical Record, 1916, Nov. 25, pp. ^*3.f,*r;,„: -urses, 
medical supervision, phy^cal examinations, sanitation, education, nurses, 
hospitals and recreational facilities. 

Kelly, Florence: Modern Industry in Relatl-^n to the Family, f ^1*J' ^Hliatlon 
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to Health, pp. 41-76. 

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^°""rk.?;,Walhlng;inri916. public Health Service. Bulletin No. 73. Supt, of 

Docun»nts, 25 cents. 



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J^opT, 23, 1918 
Sheet 3 

EffiDlovmenu Haragfin or/. .Sec'^-ioT^., War Jnd'Q3tri'=JS Board 

no-Atsong, B, C. ^ovirihop 3^2^.r.ov. 1- HT^-lone; ^3W -orit, 19lS, American Journal 

or ?v:vi-.o Hca.vr:i; yoi vi, jp. i"i9-^iv 

?c:i^r^LCbev;sl-y, J- W.; H^al'.h of Garment Worlrsr^: o:he HeT.ation of Status 
cc Hbaljh^ Washington, 1916, Puoiio Eaaith Reporter, Vol XXXI, pp. i298-i.^05. 

Sclieresrjvw-Vy, Ir J. W. of U. S, PuMlo Hcus:^rg S9:'vl^e: Th9 Relation of the 

I?.cia>t-:.-«,a.l rbv&i-.lan to the :Pro1:.le'aii o:: M.K.e.rr. I:?dastry; Buxlet^n of Pennsyl- 
ynnia ^u]^4^'tni?nt o:: La'l'^or; 1917, March, Vol. 4-, No. 5, pp. 81-67, 

FohcveLC^ow^irv. J, V/,.?>s in 7ocatlor;al Tic^ea^ss: The Health of Garnient Workers 
GGhor-oca..w.i3:y, ^, W, snc. !>. H. Tuck: Sc.^xiles In Vocational riseases: The Hrgienic 
?.:n.Uii';ns of j1 A-iVi..a-;vlo:.i in Wovl^ir.op.i o:T the Wornrin^s Garment Industry, 
'^kr.x^ni; on. 1*>15, U. S. .V:iLlic> Health Servico, Biillatin, No- 71, Superlnten- 
ci'-n!: or Lov*.vi!:encr:, 40 cents. 

Smith, C. F.. Bad Teeth ar.d Ths'lr Effect on the Laboring Man*s Efficiency; Jour- 
nal Amo.vjcan Medical Assoc^acion, 1917, Jan. 13, p. 98. 

Ta:.'he:U, Ida IT. • Ne-7 re.eals In Business; New York, 1917. Macmillan, Ch. IV, Health 
.for EV'jry,coi*, T>p. 'r^-'!09. 

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T9L?, Anjoric*ari Book Co. 

Wa-ren, T)r, B. S. of U, S. Puhlic Hec^lth Service an.d Edgar Sydenstricker: Health 
J^^saran'^'^— It? Possibilities as a :°re7ortive MeaL'ure; Bulletin of Pennsyl- 
vcnia L.?hor, 1917, March, Vol. 4, No. 3, pp. 42-61. With many 

Wari'e.A. B. S. and m^rvr SyrlQrstriclrer: HcaUh Insurance-Its Relation to Public 
Ilea-.nx; Wa£hlr.gcr>n, 1916, U. T. PuoXic Health Service, Bulletin No. 76, 
Si5perlnteijr*.e;at of Doc^iments, 10 oenwS. 

Whitney. Anioe L.: M-.aical, Hospital and Surgical Treatment for Eiployes; Monthly 
Hoview of Che Bnxeau of LaVor Statistics, 1917, Sept., pp. 59-6'.. 

Wc^oflhall, A. A.: ?er3onal 'dy^^.en^'. designed for Undergraduates; New York, 1906, 
Johii Wiley & Fta:,^, §1.00. 

Pror-a'^dlnps of 5'irr.t i\nniial Meeting of the American Association of Industrial 
J>,vi^a.i/and ^aig^nnc heM at Detroit, cTune 12, 1916. Con'cains articles 
ae^-ol-'o^v^.^-'^'.'V-.o fcopo of Medical and Surgical Supervision", C. G. Ifa^-i^m, 
n T> .^"The E^^uie'V^o^'al ?im::tJon of Industrial physicians", J. W. Fcheres- 
^YMv. M. D.V '^Tho jj^cmi-y Doctor", S. S. L^rguis, M. B.; "Health Insur- 


j? K A A.. T H 
Employment Mai^^-gcffQut ^>5a-,::.o.i» War Jr,?'MP/:ri^B Boa/d 

Cep'o, ?.3, 1918 

pase Hcsp-ta:.£;; Bulletin of A^v.. :ji^.n liiron anf. 8';eel ]Chsol^u-;:3, 1915, July, Vol. 3 

EibliQf,rapby on In-i.v3x: ia-. H^gleno; Anerloan Lsroor Isglsietic-i pavisw^ 1912, Jt^Jie 
?ol. 2, Ho. 2, pp. :5e9.<:"f;. 195^. J-me. Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 2bS-2(5; 19x7, 
D<.-.C3mber, Vci 7j Ho. 4, p^J. (.89-'635. 

? S'^-ni-^tlon, Fi^.tih^.rsh. 1913 » The S-.andar'l Satil-tHTjr M.^«»fr-oV.«lT>e Oo. 

l.a:::>Si MXi-ofc-r of iba Arao'lcan Iron and r.t3ei &.3-;;!.tut9, 1916. Jar.uary, Vol, 4, 

Ko. I., N'iv,' ■;:c.v)b:, 61 BroaA^c-y, 25 c-iats. 

Hov- -a-'^v. a-^.; M.aVM: fn Jiii-ish Kui.lfc5.on Fac^.o^les;'.n of U. S. Buvaau 
o;: Labo.v S .,;=.•;• ir.t :.'=!, Ko. 25^1, WasUiig-ion, 191.'', pp. 61--fcfa. 

Tc^vE%c-<. ^-:o-,OAoy ^'i lvi-5.* :.n BriUe^ IDmVbio^ pao' or Jos ; Bulletin of U. S. 

' 1^1 p?^.'o.t"o.. hca^ ; day' oo..p^.l.o.y g,;tt::a.. lum for a.l officers. 

.v>-.«-."?c-.:ruary and March-Api-il, New Yor:.. Ameriian Irou ar.c b.ee_ l^s-c.tute. 
61 Eroa-iway, -'.'O c&nta. 


1 i B Jd I fl fi E A 1 E Y 
Enployment Llanagemont Seotlont "War Industries Board 

Sept, 25 1 1918 
Sheet I 

Oalwt, Rich C. : A Layman's Handbook of Medicine, with Special Reference to Social 
v;or.s»rs; Boston and New York, 1916, Houghton. 

aiark, W. !• Jr.: lledical Supervision of Factory Eniployes: Result of Five Years' 
Experience; Journal American IfiBdical Association, 1917, Jan, (• 

Clairtc, Dr, Irving: Itedlcal Superrision of a manufacturing Plant; Engineering Mag- 
azine, 1912, March, Vol 42, pp, 971-3. Plans of the medical department of 
the Norton Co., of Worcester, Mass, 

Button, J. E.: Welfare and Housing; Hew York and London, 1918. Longmans, Chapte:^ 
IX Hospitals and Medical Services, pp. 118-136. Based upon English experience 

Lauffer, Charles A.: Reasonable Equipment of a Works Dispensary; Electrical Jour- 
nal, 1917, Jan. Work of the industrial physician and the equipment of a work 

Lauffer, Charles A.: Standardized First Aid; Report National Association of Cor- 
* poration Schools, 1914, p. 620. 

Lemon, C. H.: Medical Supervision of Street Railway En^^loyes; Journal of American 
Medical Association, 1917, Jan. 12, p. 95# 

McOurdy, S. M.: Industrial Dispensary In Preventive Medicine; Jourrtal of Arorican 
Medical Association, 1917, Oct. 20, p» 1318. 

Metcalf, H. C: Report of Committee on Vocational Guidance; New York, 1916;^ 
National Association of Corporation Schools, pp. 47-54. 

^yic|^ ij^dical Association, ISl'?,.. Jaa«» 5, 5. 1 

Rudd, Nathalie ^.v^ Work and m^m of^^ ^ 
plants; Annals of American iicaaimy, 1917, May, 

SQ in Manula^turiivc 

Sherlock: tedical Treatment under Workman's Compensation La^s; Po^er, Sept. 4, 

1917, pp. 320. 
Wautschold, Reginald: Cost of Industrial Health Supervision; Industrial m^^ 

ment, 1918, Jan. pp. 48-54. 

Whitney. Anice L.: Medical, Hospital and Surgical Treatment for Jnployes; Monthl 
ReviSv of Bureau of Labor Statistics. 1917, Sept., pp. 59-67. 

Defects Of the New Medical Aid Law of the.State of Washington; Monthly Review of 
the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1918, May. 

Labor; Chicago, 1915. A, V. Shaw Co.. p. 211. noor Planti of Western Electric H.. 



M F :0 J. C A_ L AID 
Eniplojpiont Mar.agena?!-;; Soc^tion, Way Ir.dustri9S Board 

sept, 2S, 1918 
SneQt 2 

Ifedloal Exaic..}Tia^,10D of r^rploy^P; Ka-;^o:aal Assnclatmn of OorporaUon Sohools. 
l>t>iAn;ii;a- Oonvect;.>n, 13;.7. Eoroi"' >^^ OoTsm^.c-c-e , pp. 2'^--»'>^*. 

Reoomeaned Sianlari on Medloal S-ipervleJon in Eatrolt Plants; Welfare 
Msiia^eT-s' C-oup, Devroit Ex3i>utiv9 CVat; Animals, May, i91i. PP- ^^ ^" 

fhe Tralr.el Ni^'se: Ite^al.y BaUetLn of tfca An^erinan Iron ?^^%Steel Institute. ^X^^ 
Maroh-April. p. AS ff. E:'p*rlanc-e of plants of the U. s, S^eel Corpora. 

The Virltla^ ltes«: MorV.ay &a:-letin of ^''•^'•l"a'». ^^°»- ^*,^*f iJ^'^jrco! ^Thl' 
cSoSo ?u;i al.O.Ix-on C... Tha^A^^ax-lcan Brass Co., Wltheroee. Sherman and 
Co., and 'one tT^eZ.'rroy Mfg. Co. 

BIBLiOfi£APHY Vvar.hlnr^ton 

?9pt, P.4, 1918 



EmpAcyment Llanat^ement rection, War Industrios Boa-d 

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PariSv i9l4, d. xycnod. q": £. R^nat, pp. 6^2. 

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Commons/ John H.: Eight-Hour Shifts hy Federal Legislation; American Labor Legis- 
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raiiing-^-on, Dr. Thomas (New York City): Illness in Ihcustry: Its Cost and Proven- 
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Gllbreth, Frank B. : Applied Motion Study; New York, 1917, Sturgis and TOlton. 

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* Physio logical Jfethods; Home Department, Great Britain, London, 1915, pp. 34. 




Bnploy-nont I!anagt^!nsnt Sectf.on, War rntestr.'ies Board 

Sept. 24, 1918 
Sheet 2. 

Kent, A, P. Stanley: Second inhcrim Heport or an Irvestigat^on of Indv.3trial 
Fatigue by Ph^siologioal Metliod'^; Home lepartnient, Great Dritain, London, 
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Naud, A- C: Antidotes fo:: Fatigue; Lansing, Michigan, 191S, Public Health Jour- 
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^ loi7 Oopa;:ne;Sip ^'ubli.Lers, Ltd. Reprinted from '^ Copartner Bhip% Deo. 
1916 to May, 191? imi^us.l'^e. 

Stei'liiie. T;.: Fatigi^e anl Ihs Effects on Industry and Efi^ioienoy; London, 1916, 
Medical Press and Circular^ 

Tayhel?.. Ida :i. t New Ideals in Easiness; Hew York, 1917, L^cminan, Chapter VII, 
A Man's Hcics, pp. ldS-"i92. 

Whitney, Anice L-: Rest and Encjreatlon Rooms anil Rest Periods for Employes; 
Monthly Eevlew of Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1917, Oct., pp. i0l-lb6. 

Wlnslow, C. B. A.: She Effect of A:;mo3ph3vl.3 Conditions on Fatigue and Efflslenoyj 
American Journal of Pv.blle Health, 1917, Oct., pp. 827-884. 

YoakiTin, C. S.: An Experlneutal Study of Fatigue; Psychological Review. Ltonograph 
Supplement, 1909, Vol. 9, No. 46, pp. 1-131. 

Analy^s of British Wartime Reports on Hours of Work as Related to Output and 
Fatiguei Boston, 1917, National. Industiial Conference Board, Report No. 2. 

The case for the Shorter Work Day.. Supreme Court of the U^J^^J J*^J^^; ,f S^" 
Un 0. Bunting versus The State of Oregon. Brief for the Defendant In Error. 
New York, 1915, National Consumers' League. " volumes. 

The Effect of Long Working Hours on Industrial Efficiency; Auto Indus ty, 1918, 
July le. HOW output has been increased by a reduction of hours of labor. 


B I B L i fiK4 Elil 

Bmployraeut Management Section, War Industries Board 

Sept. 24, 1918 
Sheet 3. 


Hoiirs, Fatigue and Health in BT-it^.sh Binitlon Factories; Bulletin of U. S. Bureau 
of Labor Statistics, No. 221, Washington, 1917, lb cents, 

• •', 

Hours of Work as Related to Output and Health of Workers: Cotton Manufacturing; 
Boston, 1918, National Industrial Conference Board, Report No* 4. 

How to Handle Hight Shifts; Factory, 1917, October, pp. 533-535. 

Industrial Efficiency and Fatigue In British Iftmition Factories; Bulletin of U. S, 
Bureau of Labor Statistics, Ho. 230, Washington, 1917, pp. 14-41. Comparison 
of efficiencies of day work and night work. 

HOW Industrial Fatigue May be Reduced. Preliminary Heport of Divisional Committee 
on industrial Fatigue of Section on Sanitation of Welfare Conmittee, of C^'f^I, 
cil of National Defense} Public Health Reports, 1918, August 10, pp. 1347-135o 
T^shington, 5^, Superintendent of Documents. 

Industrial Fatigue, Washington, 1918, Advisory Commission, Council of National 
Defense, Welfare Work Series No. 1. 

industrial Fatigue, Preliminary Report of Divisional Connittee on Industrial 

Fatigue of Conmittee on Labor of Council of National Defense; Welfare Series 
No. 1, Washington, 1918. Republished as "How Industrial Fatigue May be Re- 
duced" in Public Health Reports, August, 1«; 1918, Vol. 33, No. 33, pp^ 1347- 
1355, by U.. S. Public Health Service, procurable of the Superintendent of 
Documents for 5 cents. 

The Lunch Hour for Women Workers; Survey, 1918. Sept. 7, pp. 643-. ;!''«« ^'Su- 
ments as to the length of the lunch period a^d the rulings of the \-isconsin 
Industrial Commission. 

one Day Rest in Seven; American Labor Legislation Review, 1912. December. Vol. 2, 
No, 4, pp. 517-533. With bibliography. 

The Question of Fatigue from the Economic Standpoint; Manchester. England, 1915. 
British Association for the Advancement of Science, pp. 67. 

The Question of Fatigue from the Economic Standpoint; Newcastle, England, 1916, 
British Association for the Advancement of Science. 

CUSS ion. 


Sept. 24, 1918 

Eraploymsnt Management Section, War Industries Board 

Pitch, Jo>n A.: Ivla^.ing the Job Wo-th WhVie; e^^^voy, ^^^^'/P^^^V?^:/^; ^Ilfj/^^- 
'Phe effect of ths emplo.>Tr.c3nt manE£or. of hcnu^as, and vacations m malu^^^ 

ing a steady work^^ng f5,??ce. 

Getois. Milton: How Tardiness Was Overcome in One Coni)any; lOOfo, 1918, July. P^^ 
51-52. tlvlr. Gehrivs i£ Employmant Imager, John B- Stecson Co., Phiiaaexp 

K^ir, John S,: The Reduction of Al>seno,^« a^i^l T.^t^ir.e«o in Xu^nBtr>r; Awi^Ib. ^y, 
191V, pp. UO-lto, 

Qalnley, Dr. a. S.: How We Investigate 4^se.oesand Wxy; ^°f 7' ^^^^^ Septeml>er. 
pp. 436-439. (Mr. Q-ilnley is SerTioe Manager, Hood Rubber Co.» 

4b8ences-How to Seduce Them; Factory, 1916, August, pp. 231-233. 

industrial Efficiency and Fatig-ae In B'.-ltisb. Munition ^|^^^°-^««5 J^J^g^*''^ '' ""' "' 
Bux-eau of Laboi- S'latistioe. Ho. 22,0, Waahington. 1917, pp. 42 95. 




Bi BLlfifiB4E3I 

g H p '• / S T A ^J P A R r S 
SmployTT^snt lianago:i;^n'c £3n-;.lon, WaT InC.un^jries Board 

S3pt* 24, 1918 
Slieet !• 

Allen, Joim R. and C. E. mikor: Heating and Ventiia-.icn; New York, 1918, McGraw- 
HO.l Look Co. 

Bell, Louie: kvt of niunlna-<;ioii. New York, 1913. 

Byer., M. L.: Sconomics of RaiU.ay Operation; Hew York, 1908. Engineering Newa 
PubllEhiiig Oo. 

Cla-k. Lindley 1).: ^hs Law of the I^-rployz^.nt of La^or; ^ewjork. 1911. Maomman. 
C}^i.^:er IV. P.egv.latloxi of che rh.y-3i.;al Conditions of Erflploymeat . pp. 83 90. 

Clewell, C. E. Factory L-'ghtlr^g; New York, 1913. 

Clewv.ll, C. E.: 'M^a-.; J.-; Pays to Biow Al)ont factory LiRhtlng; Factory. IJ'"^'.^^- 
pp. 165-189; Sept., pp. ?60-S64; Oct., pp. 537-5.M); Nov. pp. 715-719, Dec. 
pp, 884-887; 1918, Jan. pp. 

Clewell, C. E.: Factor- Ughting Codes and Rules; Ii^duetrlal J»nagement. 1918. 
February, pp. 11 "■•121. 

Clewell. C. E.: The Problem of Artificial Llghtlne; Industrial I^nagemmt. 1918,, pp. 15-20. 

^■.•,,„4-* V T . -Qar-orv T.lantir^- Hew York, 1919, Bi^lletin Hh. 13 of the American 
Elliott. E. L.: sac .ory ii\gn'<Act>, nofv x » „ , , „« ?> »^ i-va Amprlcan Laboi 
Asfoclation fo- Iobo:r legiolation, being Vol. 1, Ho. 2, of the American i.a 

Legislation Re/Aew. 

Srsklne. Lillian and John Roa-,h: The Standardization of Working Essentials; An- 
nals. May. 191'?. pp. 02-95. 
50dlng, P. L.: The Lighting Book: A Jtoual for the Layman; New York; 1913. 

HoUir^orth. H. L. and A. T. Poffenbe-ger: Applied Psychology; Hew York, 1917, 
Tlppleto;, Chapter V7. ar.d VII. EnvironuBr^tal Coudltions. pp. 99-.37. 

t" t:. rj^^ o-r»^ wonfl^nff- New York and London, 1918, Longmans, British 
=^'*°a;.e;r,i;t":rl:;: rsa'nrtau;n!%alhing Conveniences, Welfare, and First 

• Aid, pp. 177-150. 
Jones. Edward D.: The Administration of Industrial Snterprlses; New York. 1916. 
Longmans, pp. 84-97. 

Lee, P. S.: Fresh Air; Popular Science Monthly, 1914, April. 

Leffingwell, W. H.: Scientific Office Iftnagement, Chicago, 1917, A. W. Shaw Co. 
Data on Ventilation. Si?)plementary to Section II. 

ilarks, L. B.: Practical Standards for Factory Illumination; American Journal of 
public Health, 1918, l&y. Vol. 8, p. 363-7. 

Oliver Sir Thonfts- Lead Poisoning: from the Industrial. Medical, and Social 
^ loilts ofTlew; L^don. 1914. H. K. Lewis. "Factory and Workshop Orders-. 



S K C P S ^ A N T) A R D S 
En5)loyment i^:aagome?ib Section, War jjiiiistr-les Board 

Sept. 24, 1916 
Sheet 2 


1^, Harry i?,: Rev-)ni?,ting V/omer? in Potrolt: I^ l^anagcment, 1917, Aug, 
pp, 65'j-6o9. Oun'-airs the ^^andards di^a^vn up by ti^e Letrolt Sxecutives* Clul 
for plantti er$»"loyir:g women. 

Price, George Mo and Davi.d H, Tv.olc: Light aj>d Illrmination in Garment Shops, New 
York, :918, Joint 3oa:rd of Sanloar^y Ocr*:^»ol 3n the Cioatc, Suit and Skirt and 
Dress and Waist IndLus':.rie3, 31 Union Sqaaie, 

Price, George I!.: The MocJern Factory; New yor3i, 1914, John V/iley, Chapter V, Light 
and Iliummati'Dn in ractories, pp, 232-2;58; Chapter V*:, Factory Sanitation, 
pp. 259-23C; Coa^toi Vnt. Air and Ventilation in PactOx'5es, pp. 347-391; 
Chapter IX, Ihtos trial P-.-::} and Dusty Tr?des, pj. 392-437; Chapter X, Indus- 
trial Poisons, Gases and 'rmes, pp. 438-485. 

Price, George 1^1.: Practical Sbendards for Factory Sanitation; Arnerioan Journal tf 
Pi:blio Health, 1918, April, pp. 288-290. 

Shepard, H.: Adapting Cunditions and Work to Each Other; Industrial Manage- 
ment, 1917, Jaauairy, pp. 468-480. Considers not only the adaptation of illum- 
ination, "'/ent:lav.ion and heating to the worker^ but the adaptation of location 
type of manuf actiTTB , voluine of production, equipment, routing system, division 
of labor, and scores. 

Tolman, William H. : Social Engineering; New York, 1909, IvIcC-raw-Hill, Chapter III, 
Plygiene, j;^^. €0-101 • 

Wlnslow, Dr. C, E, A» : Effect of Atmospheric Conditions upon Fatigue and Efficiency 
i^lonthly Review of Durrtjau of Labor Statistics, 1917, February, pp. 283-290. 

WinsAow, C. E. A.: Proff That It Pays to Ventilate; Factory. 1917, Febria:ry, pp. 

V/lnslow, C. E. A.: Vontilation, Air Space, Hi^inidity, and Temperature; New York, 
American Association for Labor Legislation, Bulletin, No. 13# 

American Institute of Electrical Engineers — Tranaactions of — New York* 

American Society of Heiiting and Ventilating Engineers— Proceedings — New York, 

Code of Lighting for Factories? Mills, and Other Work Plgices, V/ashington, 1918. 
Report of the Divisional Cummittee on Lighting, Advisory Commission, Council 
of National Defense, Welfare Work Series No, 3. 

Tho Cooling of Heated Work Places; Monthly Bulletin of Iron & Steel Institute, 
1914, June, Vol. 2, No. 6. 

Ei^e Injuries and Diseases with special reference to Eyestrain; Ltonthly Revinw of 
Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1917, Aug., pp. 186-191. 

General Requirements for Sanitary Installations Prepared Tiy thq Sanitation Com- 
mittee, New York, 1916, U. S. Steel Corporation. 


S H T> _ F, /" A tT T> A R 7^ S 

Sept. 24. 1918 
Sliest 3 

SraployjEsnt llau&c?:- -i-' ijcotloa. Win- Ind".st?ies Board 

r.lTrilnatlns Bnglneni i-g Soc'.fctv— i;ifaTi&£3c;foiin of— Eaa':oa., Pa.. 

L-a.n^.tTial Pu.Peg'.'P.ras in Wari.rniS; The Ruf^'ey, Ifevch 3?., 1917, pp. 761-2. 

I^tov policy of tl..e ^at Eopar'.rr^^V, J5outhly Hevisw of Bureau °^,,^^^°^,;*^*Jf ^*"' 
13-.7. Lof^eLiocr. p?. oi.-.5,v. R^priut of Genaral Ordev= No. 13. issued by 
Chief cf Oi'inciace, Hov, 15, 1917. 

Tne L-^b.'ary of Furtory l^nagoment. Vol. I, B'aJldin'js and ITpkeep, A. V/. Siaw Co. 

Cr.T t- /. ■ II - -A-oshA'l as .-.n Vac.-i07, p^. ISS-l.-.S; Chapter XIV. Heatln, 
an..v v;ut:.:a--.on/p,.. 1.^0-3.51. Ciai)+.e.r A'?. Lov; Oosv ^^^^^^^ f S^;J^[;|:/|' j 
l£;2-]^0; C};aT>l.3:.- -Xvl. VJa-Jcr foi' lae.uatrlal Us3S, pp. 151-168; Chapter avu, 
Jari.ocy Saniva'cion, pp. i£9-17o. 

National Eleotj'iJ Llj'ht As?ooia.tlon— Transactions of— Ilcw York. 

Proceod,U«« cf th3 ^Irs": Industrial Ra::.ty Co«gr..£s cf Kew ^";l^State. Syracuse . 
I9^ct Al'^ry, 1J?7. ^ac.ory Llghi^lr^'. L, E. Mavkr. pp. ^10-218; Heat and 
Ven-vila-i.lor , Chavlec A. Laui/er a:ad 0. A. Booth, pp. <il8--Z-:>t,. 

First Report of i.o ^.p...1..ental OononJ^.tee on Lighting ?.n ^-J^jj^^.^^^y^^r'''' 
Vol. I, Rspo-t 11. i.:i^yat?o oi EvMenoe, Lor.ionv i91t>. be-y,^slii Govern^en.. 

«>Pcond Renoi'- of -J-e i^epar bmental Coramlt'.ee Appointed to Enquire Into the VentUa- 
t:lS'^o^Vac<-cTle. ar.iWoxv.hope, Prrfc I, Report II. Appendix. London. 1907. 
British 5ova:iT.;ii%iit rocumK-t. 

Sar.itary and E.gineo.ln,3 Industrial S*^"^-^t';/?iw''of's4-^e"';f IH^^^T 
of Hygiene arid Sanltaiicn of DsparoEsnt of Labor of S-a-e or Kew jer y 

Six Years. Worlc and Progress; New Yo^^c. 191.5. ^ff" Board of Sanitary Control 
in the Cloc,^, suit and Skirt and •c^-e Dxegs ard f ,^«"^'^t:^^J^,^"- B^^-^^^" 
NO. 7. Sub-ti^.le. "An Exporlmeni hi In&strial Self- Control". 

some Dangers From in.nt; Monthly Bulletin of American Iron & Steel Institute, 1915. 
lilaroh, Vol. '6, i^o. 3, 

S U S aSsau of Labor Statlsilos. No. 221. U^ahlngton. i917. pp. 98-117. 






111 ii32£SA £ 11 
Ml nuv.yi i w -wausiTRY 

Bn5)loymont l^ii^goireut SsoUon, T7ar Induetrlss Board 

Sheet I 


Or/ford Uni-^ercicy Press. 

vvoman by ihe Bro^n^ and Sharpe SKg. Co.. Providence, R. I. 

Bu-c^er. iriz.t.e*.h B. : Women and the Trades Pm.^urgh. 1907-19»8; New Torlc. 190^. 
JkStles PubUca-ilon Cotnmlttee. Bmioeraphy. pp. 421-426. 

l?raaeJ. Miss Helent Won>en and ^r Work; Ne* Yorlt, 1918, G. A. Shb^. JosepMne: Some Considerations AffecUngt^^^^^^^ J^^^^r^^^ 

women Woiiers; IPmthly Review of *f Jif-f^^^^ii^, jgis, April. Vol. 8, pp. 
!?0-S"s?- (St:: So^S fs^Sfu^sLSJS Knk^L; Jr.s lea^e. New 
York Oicy) 

lA^or, 1918, Vol. 5, 1I«. 1, PP. 36-42. 
m^tohlns. B. L.: Vfomen in Modern Industry; Hew Yorlc. 1915. I4acmllia». 
Kelly, Florence: The War and ^Vomen Workers; Survey, 1918. mrch 9, pp. 628-630. 
Kno3pp3l, C. E.: ^erioan .7.n»n in ^r Industry; Industrial Management. 1918. 

MJiy, J^Liie and July. 

Knoeppel, C. E. : Wonen in Industry; ^-^-^ ,=«^f -^..S^^'StSi:!'" * "''' 
p,,. W-71. Briraordinarily comFrehane i.e J^^^^f^'^^^ g. ^^^ p„k Ave.. 
iiso published as a separate panphlex, C. B. Knoeppei « 

H3W York. 
I^x-d. C B. : HOW to Deal Successfully with ^n»n in Industry; Industrial .^- 

agimen-c. 191V, Sepb. pp. 838-S45, 
Lord. C. B.: Psychology of Environment; Journal of A««rican Society .f Michigan 

Engin<3ers, 191.i» Jan. pp. 48-49. 
Tho^.cn. H. B... The ^ntal Traits of Sax. Chicago. 1903. diversity of Chicago 

prefiS. $1.25. 
O^^ns., ^trs. V. B.: T.^ining of Won«n for War Work: A BiWiography; Monthly 

La^>or Review, 1918, A-ogust, pp. lS4-17i. 

,1 «* Lmar-\tLAn Sooiets Of Ifechanical Bnglneert, 
14,p. J. W.: Ths Woman Worker; Journal of American Sooiei^y oi 

1918, januSTy. 



W M EN IF I IT D 17 S T B. Y 

S^leet 2 

Eiiii^loTT^ent :v^i3a^3:c-3?on'o,Cec-,loii, T.H"?? Jnaiis <;>.'ias Buai'd 

P^O'^iaubicnfi? to ha CD-'^^^rf-ed in %ii^. K-plo>iConl of i;r:na:'.o L^ocr in ?u?: Industries in 
T'V'or.Mii ins-u.-aio'.ions of v' Mrj:.sre--r of M^UTAtJ.cna*. July 1, li/'lT; Mon-'^hly 
Ha-- law of B'?:.^9av. of Laoor S ->&•«» ^s tic Sj, 1918. ^ar:, pp. 69''V3c 

Procp.ea-tTi^s o:^ t:?.8 '5caoni j».rd\-x ';jr5 al S^fe-^y Con5:.'egri o:? Tfew Tor!c Str-.t3, Syracuae, 
iSlV; bti^to -i.V.d :sb?7lal Octii,ur.<i5.^.on, AAua-iyf 1913, pp. 182-204, 

Pro'5«Gie?^ In Friv».h Women O^^n To 'jhe Work of S."^liptod Men, Pl'i.lladelphia, K. P. 
Uox- Ex-2hav>cc Na' B^^X ^'Couipile^ .^iom pampVile-'rs '.ss-'z^d by 1;hG British 

Repurt on Eiip?i.oyiaenb of Wv^nen or. T^Anit^onSi A])pend1.x TrQixxinQ of Itoiitlon Workers; 
Britf.f.h Gc.VG.i'nincu?; I- oc-vAiacn'' Ic&ar-id ?cjb.7^ii::?y, 1916* 

Sl^wrt Bitlio^raphy on V^orien in .U'cristy; American Labor Legislation Review, 1916, 
Dec. Vol. 6, No. a, pp. 4.11-^.13. 

Standard 'Jniform for* Wcire.M Workars; A^icrrican l!a'*hinlst, '/Jie, Jiily 4, 111. Des- 
crLp-'ion of ilia unitoTm pdop+.^d fof women at -"he Fr'^nkTord li'senal. Good 
points of the vx:l:.:o."?ri: no /oldc ir wbioli d-.TFt ca:.i gather^ no Xoone endv«, ad- 
jiistible cap p.ToivACb;-? haiTr, g:.*ac3ful, original design oy^ a ooinnittee of 
gi?rl vo::*ke-v*f'.» 

Smana:?y of Report on Condi -{-.icn of v;oman ar.d ^hild V/age Eeaners in the Ifeitsd States; 
B-.ilietin of V. S. B^::r-e?:u of La>;or Ststi-rtics, No. 175., \^&hington. 

Piu^gical View of V/ontan's Fitness for Wai* Work; Utorai^y Digest, April 13^ 1916. ' 

V/ar and the Woinsii Vv^ge Earrne; ; Bul^.etln ITo. 4, (October, 1917, National Atisoeiation 
of Cors>oration S.^.hools, New Yox-k. 

V/omon 1.n Jnlnsfc^y, Ro^ii»d liable D5 5rtvggion In Labor Problems Under W&r fondltions; 
Wei.tern Bf::lc'.en3y Society, Chicago, 1918, pp. 8T-107* 

Women's Work in V^r Time; Boston, 1917, The Lferxhanto National Bank. 

B I B L I5fiS^£Bl 
Ernplc;meat Ifenageznent Section. War Industries Board 

Sept. 27, 1918 
Sheet 2 

price. George M. : The Modern ^-^^^^^^'^^^^^X p^'Ts^lsfe! "^''^ 
1914, John Wiley. Ohapcer VII, Snployer's Welfare WorK. pp. 

proud. Dorothea E. -. Welfare V/orlc: Dnployers- E^eri^Snts ^o' JP^^^J ^Sflant 
Ccndltlons In Faotorieo; London and Hew Ycrtc, 1S16. G. Boll & 
Preface by Lloyd George. 

Tarhell, Ida: Industrial Idealism in Practice; Ke. Yorlc. 1916. l^cmlllan, $1.50. 

Tarhell. Ida M.: Muring l,fen at Ford's; Hew YorK. 1916. Funic & Walls Co. 75^. 
Result of her inves:igations there. 

Tartsll. Id. H.: Be. Ideals In Buslne..: »«» »«. l"'' "".ma.. 

of Bureau of Labor guo-^Soi^s, j-axo. «» i-i- 
.vlng Pictures, Musical Clubs and Outings. 

. c ■ - +>,P -ai' Carrier's Association; Bulletin of U. S. Bureau of 
Employment Syeiem of ^he A,a- i,arrier » aob 

Labor Statistics. S. . 2S5. Washington, 1918. 

industrial Betterment ^stitutions In «-/j"^J,;-f rhHo^fs^S'SS^k- 
-Sifn ^rtrB2rrf1t:?iS\?r?erser.i^^^^^ K. - -.. 

Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.: Its History JJj/^--:/S"hrref ^YfrrSll 

partial List of ^.loyers -^ srerB^urrauTf^S^f StSutS fs'llleSry! 
Work; Mcnthly Review United States ijureau ui. 

welfare Wor. in British Munition Factories; Bulletin of Bureau of Labor Statistics. 
No. 222, Washington, 1917. 

welfare WorK: Conference on Welfare WorK ^f/ i-/- ^^Uogg'cof "^^ ''' ''''' 
National Civic Federation. Hew York, 1904. A. H. Kellogg 


Enployaent M&nagement Section, War Industries Board 

Sept. 27, 1918 
Sheet 2 

Price, George M. : The Modera Factory: Safety, Sanitation and Welfare; New York 
1914, John Wiley, Chapter VII, ISasploynT'e Welfare Wbrlc, pp. 287-346. 

Proud, Dorothea E.s Welfare Work: Bnployers' Experlemts for aprovlng Working 

Ccndltlons In Factories; London an^New York, 1916, G. Boll & Son (tocmillany 
Preface ty Lloyd George. 

Tarbell,lda: Industrial Idealism in Practice; Hew York, 1916, IjacmlUan, $1.50. 

Tarbell, Ida M.: Making Men at Ford's; Mew York, 1916, Funk & lagnalls Co. 154. 
Result of her investigations there. 

Tarbell, Ida M.: Hew Ideals in Business; Hew York, 1917, Macmillan. 

Whitney, Anice L.: Social and Educational Advantages for EBployes; Monthly Review 
of Bureau of Labor St*»tifitlos, 1916, Jan. pp. 206-2U. Awdltorluns, lectures, 
Moving Pictures, Musical Clubs and Outings. 

Eiflployment System of the Lak Carrler'a Association; Bulletin of U. S. Bureau of 
Labor Siatistlca, Kc 235, Washingtoni 1918. 

Indust-lal Betterment Itostitutlons In Hew Jersey Manufacturing Establishments; 

Prepared for the Departoent of Social Economy of the louislana purchase Ex- > 
position by the Bureau of Statistics of Hew Jersey, Trenton. H. J., 19t4« 

ifetropolitan Life tosurance Co.- Its History, Its Present Position i» ^'j^^J^f'f^ei 
World, Its Home Office Building, and Its Work Carried On There, Hew York. 1914, 
•The Company, pp. 195, pp. 139-167 for account of welfare work. 

partial List of Bnployers mo Are Reported to Have Established Some »J» °! Jj"^^ 
Work; Monthly Review United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1917, Fecruary. 

'Welfare Work in British Munition Faotories; Bulletin of Bureau of labor Statistics, 
Ho. 1^, Washington, I9l7. 

Welfare Woric: Conference on Welfare Work held Ifi Hew York City, M&rch 16, 1*04. 
Hatlanal Civic Federation, Hew York, 1904? A. K, Kellogg Co. 



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,Se;p ..eiioer 27, '18 
Shoet 1 

Err:ployTtiei3t JjJanagoma^t kJ^^viovi. Wr^r Jn::!'' series Board 

^f'he, ^ylney W.: C: raaXf^.^/'ioT:.. In A';v-:ic''.c'no prG-^9:<".l-lon- ITew York:, 1917, Hc-Graw-Hill 
Book To,, -py. '..-;)0. Fee^asj i:, Fe:'.l0''''sni.p: £iv'^---;e-^s •eaLVi>;olon, discipline; II, 
Syc^ifiri :>\^.i^5ciit? wh'.oL mrj" T:e v^d^-^ceo. b^" sdncatior?al 2ie.cias; III^ Medisal 
aio pi-yslc^: ^:;aiiina:Jo:^ o/ei^-loysf:.; r^-, I.7n3: sercy iiospirale and firsL^-aid 
work- V. Bc^'OTcr,, analyse?*, .Totio am-^v^?; YI? AociJ.f^r.t re^iaUonsliips, 
(Ai/chor :Li F.^^'Tua^iioiial and v;olf x;e X;eicrrU-^;.xn-:. ox ?j'/;:tfibrer§h worirs of General 
ElPCcri; Co*; 

Blaiirliard. .HalTDli H.; Liability a.D^ Oo;3pe::6iav.5on I^-Bu-anoe; New Yo?}?:, 1917, D- Ap- 
p:e:;oT: i: bo., pp, 5v4. (Ab course is c^v^n ^:;ia7v.0xi S^iiool, University of 
Psrj:i^y.f"^aii?a. ) 

BsTi^y, Goz'don L.-. Hye ^a^:prds in Ir.ioPti'l?! Cr'n?patlor'.s (A Report of Typical Cases 
amd CoYiai-^icr-i, Wit^i H6J0^i57^€:i'^a-^:L0ii^ for i:€l:--p:'actico ♦ New York, 1918. 
NfL-'^o- - ''\'^T^.''''bfcj& xoi- :.b..3 IVo-^^o-^.'-Ion 051' P,:il;idri3«s, li30 East 2<.r.d St. 56?^. 
Mo£t coropls'e ^coi- ^-r eye .t-.r-;:'. dents y3': p;'.T)'' iched, lion Age, Fel3» 7, 1916. 
(Mr, Beriy is Field Gesretary of r:atio.ial Coimail/'^ee for prevention of Blind- 
ness) , 

Beyer, Vs:7iA S.; Accf.den*; F>'eve.ition; Az5.nal^, 1917, March. 

Be-^er, pavid S.: Indur/ Aooident Prevention; Boston 1916, HougMon, pp. 329. 

BriscOi Eoonomi?? of Hxf'^.cr.pncy: Hew York^ 1914-, Mar/Jif.llan Co., pp. P52-313, 

'jar>u.Try.. E^w.a::d; Erpe-iments i/i xndi^-uilal gD.'/janizacion; New York, 1912, Longmans, 
pp. 111-139. 

Caldev, Johii: The Meohaiiical S^ngineer and Prevention of Ac^.ider.ts; Journal of 

a\rr9:'3f;an locjiety of l^Ie^liauical Ei^liiee-./s, 1911, February, pp. 135-167. Well 

Caldf^v, .Tohii; r><ii<)n1:if ic Accident Prevention; Anierican Labor Legislation Review, 
191?., J;eceu:b»3r, pp. 14-24. 

Cajduilo, F. Bu: A Stv.dy of Safety and Welfare in Maiiv.facttoing and Selling $r- 
j^ : ganisations; Ivlaoliinery, 1915, Noveiaoer, Vol. 21, pp. 171-201. 

Ca^pt'^11. G. L.: .Xrd'?.?3 trial Accidents aad Their Oonrpensation; Boston, 1911, 
Houshton Mifflin Co., Hart, Scha^fner & Marx Prize Essay. 

Chaney, Lucian W. and Hugh S. Hanna: Accidents and Accident Prevention in Ifachine 
Building; Bulletin of U* S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Nc. 216, Washington, 

Graney, L. W. and Hugh S. Hanna: Can Serious Industrial Accidents be Eliminated? 
Monthly Review of Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1917, Aiigust, pp, 1-16, Ocn- 
tains some good case Material on question— Was the equipment safe or was the 
man careless. 






A :: D F IT '13. 

Sept. 27» 1918 

Employment Manf^gonie:;). •• Section, V/az- Industries Board 

Chaney, Lucirm W. : Trend of /v. v^dent F2'eqne*)cy K.atys in Uie Iron and Steel Ih- 
durtry r'urlv-g ihs Wa:; P^v-iodj Montli^.y ?.eY:lGW of Bi-'oau of I-^bor fuatistics. 
iylTc No\emL3r, pp* IZ-DZ. Siiow ie3:-eaLtc in ac^jidsiit fraqi-ency in recent 

Clark, Linilsy D. : Thi lA^ of the .einployment of Lal>or; New Yorlt, 1911, Macmillan, 
Ohapcera' vil, VIIT, JX, pp. i24-'^.e4-, 

Cronin. H. J.: '.?he Ph7P-o:*ati anf. the Prevention of Indrs trial Aroi^ents; Boston. 
131S, BoDton Maeival c?.ad Si-rgical jomjial, Vol. OIXX:::?, pp* 670-074. 

Herher';, J. H. {,Si-per intone. en": Safety Pepartment C^Jiib-ia Stut Co., Johnston, Pa) 
The Accilde.!"- P-ob-:.e-.r of ihe J-^cn and Stsel InJ.nB cries; Bulletin of Pennsyl- 
va:o.ia if':-rr.i---roe;:.t of Labor. 1917, Veterary, Vol. -I, Ho- ?., pp- 113-120. 
WV.;h G;rap>3 olsarly Gho" the hazard of ecplcyirg new me-. 

Hevne, H. P. (Tajety Inspector United Alloy -Steel Corporation, Canton, Ohio): 
^ Suitimar-v of S^;fe^y >.;cacat:.on--l '•arnpaign; ICOfo, 19lr*: May, pp. 86-90; f^e, 
• pp. ^C^O; Julj. pp. GC--94; August, pp. 80-64. Committees, Competition of 
foremen . 

Hoffman, Frederick L.t Jndustrial Accident Statistics; Bulletin of U. S. Bureau 
of Labor Ctatistiuf?, No. 157, Washington, 1915, 

Morgan, E. B.: Safety Bulletin Beards; American Itochinlst, 1917, Sept. 13, p. 467, 

Morgan, Earl B. (Safety Eng^lneer, Norton Co., Worcester, Mass): The Value of Pd- 
uoation in BMirina^rii^g tVe H^^an Equation as a Factor in tho O^B^jyn of 
Acoiderte; Bulletin of Pormsylvania Department of Labor, Vol. 5, 1J16, No. 
1, pp. 152-160. 

price. C. W.(T^ield Secretary, National Safety Council, Ch1ca;-o): Standardization 
of Sa-^ty CoDiini-.tees and Safety Ooiraittees' Wor:^; Bulletin of Pennsylvania 
Pepartmeut of Labor, 1917, February, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. x37-140. 

Schwedtman, F. C. and J9^es A. Imery: Aoci^.ent Prevention and Belief ; ^^^ J^^-^' 
1911, National Asaociation of Manufacturers of the United Staxes, ^^t).:?o- 
An investigation of the subject in Earope. 

Sherlock, Chelsea C: Strains and Overexertion; American l^Su-hinist, 1918, May 

23, pp. 863-066. Review of recent court decisions on the line be ween pre- 
disposing disease and accident: hernia, paralysis and heart disease. 

Tarbell, Ida II. i New Ideals in Business; New York, 1917, Macmillan, Chapter III, 
The Gospel of Safety, pp. 50-76. 

Tolman, William H. and L. B. Kendall: Safety; New York, 1913. Harper & Bros. 

young, Arthur H. : Practical Aspects of the Safety Movement; Industrial Mana^- 
ment, 1917, October, pp. 30-36. 

Lust rial Ac- 


A C C I 1) 12 N T S 

Sept* P.7, 1918 



ETBpl^^.'ment hfB.'ct^^e^.ea'' S^c'cUn-i, V/ai:' Ib.f'.us tries Board 

Aactd(er.t mae.rtl c:*" tbc I}.e.r.)er*.enced Man l:i f><=^. ;?'--eel Industry; Monthly Revl?5W 9f 
Bi^os.u cl Lsbor G'^^vls";5os, 19115, JPti. pp. 176-177- 

Aocld3iit Se-'-er.lty P.a':es (A ito-rrpaTlson of. the- soalc need by ths Bureau of Labor 
StaMs ;5c:' cr^v? !:>.© ?ca?.e projK-sod by t^^e ix'i;eriatloi)al AS£OCi^.t5on of In- 
dus'vria:. Ace . e'en'. BcarOs eiil CoEHiirsions; llcn-^ilily Heriew of Bureau of Labor. 
191V, Ncv., pij. :.ffS--l-^9* 

Boneliead Act.s of Wor'.'^iie'i ; '!}he Ergineering I^fegarine, 1916» Jime, p. 442. 

Bulleiiins issuod by IT^v-icnal S^/'y'-^f Oouncil, Ghlceigo, 111. 

Califor^ala S?.fa'y ITe^c; Is3a?6 c^ Iri'l^sVjrial Occident aoimilsgion of California, 
Saa Franc- Ac CO, Cali:vorn:la. 

Causation o:f Inrlvitrlal Accidents, Croat Brlta^ln. Brief re'^iew of Dr, Vernon's 

f5i:)i?ng5 in Maino Ko, ?.l of Kealth of Jair>.ltion WorkeT's^ Committee, Feb. 1910.' 
"iin 7n7QT.l}ga'ton o:" f-e "Fs.c.Ui corr>.e:'riee in the C?.u?3tion of ladustrlfell Ac- 
cf.Oents; MorvChly Labor RaTie'.v, li'lO. July, pp. 161-164. 

Eye InjuT-ie? and 3)ieeaP9S, w:th Special Reference to F?7astrain; Monthly Review of 
Bureau 9»f i,abor Sta-iilst^'-g, "1917, A^-^St^ pp, 19C-:>91. 

First Aid; Monrhly Bal letin of the A^e?.'ioan Iron & Steel Institute, 1915, !^eb.t 
'60 Church St., Now Yorl: City, 25 cents. Vcluma 2, No. 2, 

General Reqnir'^u.ents for Saf'^ty Pertalnirg to Phy?ical Conditions; The Committed 
on Saroty, UrJ.ted States Rtael Oorpcraticn, ivew York, 1918. 

Handbook of ::jndvst::ial Safety nta-Jdard??, Now York, 1918, National Reference Com- 
mittee en Schedule Pat-rg, 135 Willi an Street. 

Hours, Fatigue ar.d Hoalth in Br'tish miif.tion Factories; Bulletin of U. S. Bureau 
of Labor Sta'-.ictics, No. ^^.21, Washli^^bcn, 1917, pp. 65-72. 

Industrial Accidents and Thcjir Prevention; Monthly Bulletin of Iron & Steel In- 
stitute, 1914, April, Vol 2, No. 4, 61 Broadway, 25 cents. 

Industrial Accidents in V/5sconsl:: the War; Monthly Review of Bureau of 
Labor Statistics, 191C, June, p. 219. 


Infections Following Ihdiistrial Accidents In Ohio; Columbus, Ohio, 191^, Ohio 
Ihdastriai Coi£ml5.3ion; paper, gratis 4 

Instructions and Rul3s to Prevent Accidents and promote Sanitation for the Wel- 
fare of All Sinployes; Indiana Harbor, 1916, Inland Steel Co. 

Proceedings of National f:afety Council, Chicago, 1912-1917» National Safety Coun- 
cil. First to Sixth Congresses} 6 VTilumes. 




A G i T) ^ I^: '.P S 

Sept- <i'7, 1918 
Sheet 4 

Employinent Manag^emcsvc Ss'>tion, War feLUic tries Board 

Procacd]>if^3 c.f th^^ F-xs-i; Tr.fA-'?^lr:lal .^rf-jty no.icreps of New York: State, Syracuse, 

Pvocehjd^iigs c:? the Second!. Ir.d;'r.tjr:.ral Safety Congress of Kow York State, Syracuse^ 
+91V, S-tac6 .'j-iastrial OotuZfir-sion, Ai^ban^, ?.9i3. [ 

Prcce-=jd^.r\^>3 of^ i'h:\.Ti Ani.TJja" Mce-V:;r^ of ^>p, Jnt€.rAa:-*onaT Association of In- 
dU2:\T-j.y.? .\'-.c've ■'t Boa.-o.G arl CoLanir.«r.ior.s ; Bulletin of X f;, B^veati of Labor 
Sta-jisticjj, Ko- 210, m.c>y:LZicn, 1^17* 

Rules? ar-.d 1/12 ':vv,q V. oae ; The Yo'angGtO'A'n Sheat and Tuhe Co., 3rd Edition, 1917, 
Yc'jngs':;ci;V.i, Ohio, 

Safety Bnles a-u: Llz^<^.s'clor^s ar.(* Mss'ilnsry Cta^^^ards; fridastrial Bulletin No, 9, 
Bost^iD, 1917 i S-'c-y^e Board of Labor s:ad '^jr.'.iiti .ries. 

Scope ard App") ir^at5on o.* the national Flec-":r5c ?^:'"ety Code; Washington, 1918, 
U. So Bv^>eai'. ci :i •. y.v.u <?.r ds , Oiz-C-i'.utv 72, of J^^y,e 17. Explains the need of 
tiiS co'lb a:.:d e>i^'er eraixrf^r. of e'le'jtrical in -Juries which might be avoided 
by its apxjJ.ication* 

The Teachir.g of Safety in Technical Schools and Universities; Chicago, 1918, 
National Sarety Gonucii. 

Things You I^-st Know for Safety; Chisago, 1915, Public Safety Coraaittee, 10 South 
La Salle Street, 

Uniform Statistics of Accidents and CcuperiSation Insur? Cost. Report of Com- 
mittGG on S'.atlstivjs ar>.d GouT-iilttee on InHxwwos Coat of the International 
As.i30ciation of lirivc; trial A^'iidentJ Boa.i^ifc' aud ComTfjissionc, 1917; Monthly 
Review of Buvoan of Lab^r Statl^V'icB, 191V, Ort, pp. 1Z'5-1A3. Provides 
weightl^ig '-sy/enty weight'' for various accidents a'ld death to permit state- 
ment of accident frequency per 1000 iuir-time woxlcers. 



f* ■*> ■■ M 




WORK i: -B N-3 con? b h g a h z c n 

Employment Ilanagernent Secv-icn, War Jjidus+ries Board 

Sept* 30, 1918 

Clarlr, L. D.: Employer ■ s j:.ia'jll.lty in the Unl-;;ecl States; Bulletin of U- S* Bureau 
of Labor, 1900, o'an. 

Conyiigton, Tlary X. : Sf.?eot of Workmen's aMrpensati:;n Lr.wg in lim^.nishing the Ne- 
ce^rsity of Jrida;-lrlai Lm^lo^mon'z o:i V/oiren and Children; B'.iXXetln of U« S. 
Bureau of Labor Statistics, No. 21V, Wasniiigton, 191?', 15 cents. 

Eastman, r!r:;s:;a:»; Work Ao.o:^dents and the Law; New York, 1910, Charities Publishing 
Coinnitcee, Chapters 12 and 13, pp, 169-'206. 

Hooks tadt, Ca?.!: lendencios in W.rkmen^s Coinpensation Legislation in the United 
States; ::onthly ile^iew o.r Bm-eau of Labor Statii* cics, 1917, Lee. pp. 144-146, 
C-.^mpact, log.-.jal roT/iow, 

Hockstadt, Carl: rh-.-ee Tnrportanb Problems of V;orkmen^s Compenr.ation; Ronthly 
^ Keviaw of .D';.;.-eau o^' Labor S'-ia-'.ijstics, 1917, Oct. pp. 111-121. Accident pre- 
ventiv^n. Rehab il:. tat ion, Free Choice in Selection of Physicians . 

Rhodes, J. E. : WorAcmen-s OoropQnGa':ion; New York, 1917, Macmillan, pp. 300, $1.50. 
Copious references. Deals v;ioh general ^lundamental piinciples only. 

Rhodes: Ccrapensaoicnt Administration and Adjustments; Annals of American Academy, 
March, 1917, pp. 2Vc-516, 

Ryan: Methods of Inpu'-lng W^orkraen's Compensation; Annals of American Academy, 
March, 1917, pp, 244-254- 

Standavf's for WorkTien^s Compensation Laws. Revised to Nov. 1, 1917, American 
Association for Labor Legislation, 131 East 23rd St., New York, pp, 12. 

Workmen's Compen.^ati.n Pubj icity Bureau, New York City. Digest of Workmen ^s Com- 
pensation Laws m cno Urlted States wa th anjiotations. 1916 supplement re- 
vised to Nov, 1, U16. 5th revision to Dec. 1, 1917. 






Sept* 30t 1918 

EnDi)l(j3miGnt !lc.nagemeiit Section, ?/ar Ii4dustric8 Board 

B'!.anoharrT , H. ii.. Liabi^.ity and Gon)pen::ation Insurance; ITev; York, 1917, Appieton 

Ohsjid'.'.e:?, W, T^^COudge lU^. C-)): S:oVn93S Beneff.t Tur.ds jrdustrlal ?/or^ers; 
ALiericari 'liator Legl^aatlon Review, 1914, ]:^irch, Vol. 4, No* 1, pp. V3-E11. 

Hondorson, 0. ?. : ladustrli^.l Insinance in the United Stater; Chicago University 
of Ohioe-go PrcG3, ioej, Pir^^s and corpo.paiions, p. 19C-^'.-l; Insurance plans 
of railway ooi'poxatioris , p, 21^-250. Oiapter V, pp. 126-14-9. 

Seager, P:enry H*: Soo5al Insursjac?;: A Program of Social Reform; Nov; York, IQlOf 
Macza-jll^n, Chapter J.I arl III. p.>. C4~C3. 

Warrer, B. S, and Fd^jar SyderstricKcr: iioalth Ir.surar.ce: Its delation to the Pub- 
lic Health; Publ .c Health lulletin IT.. ?•, v/ashirgtons Ma^ch, 1918. 

Corap-ilsury Healih jTiaiTrance; New Terk Pity, 1?17, National Civic Federation, 23rd 
flOs>r ilet.'opoLitan Vow^r. 

HocJth tasur^-ani/.e; Albany, :i Yv . 191(:, New Tory: State Foderaticn of Labor. Position 
ox o:.gariiiv,ed labor a? expressed by \Aj^. first report of the health coramftuce 
of the Hew York jiirei'fcar. Moderation ©f L>©r. 

Hcal'ch Insurance; Ameri'^an Labo: Legislation Review, 1917, Lee, Vol. 7, No. 4, 
pp. 62y-'68B. Excellent sy'vceniatic discussion of whole problem. 

Private Coinpen&atlon Insurance; Survey, 1918, April 20, pp. 74-75. Statement of 
P. Siiencer Baldwin, 7?homas J* Duffy aiid others against competition of private 
companies in industrial casualty insurance. 

Proceedings of the Conference en So'^ial Jnsi'ranoe; Birlletin of U» S. Bureau of 
Labor Statistics No 212, \i/ashington, 1917', 60 cents. 




Sept, 30, 1918 

Employinenb :-!Ianag9r:8:iu Sfjotion, War Industries Board 
Lritt^n, Gortrude S- : How We Stopped Lurch Room Leal^s; Factoi'v, 1917, Dec. pp. 


liaton, J. 11. (Managier Wslfr^re Bepar-l.inent Cadillac Motor Oar Co,): Putting a Milk 
iSan on the Payroll; Faoboiy, 1917, Feb. pp. 176-1 ;?7. 

r^^orge, L. N. (CMcg^o Ha-?dv/are :?oundry Co,): How V/e Put Our Cafeteria on a Pay- 
ing Lasis; Factory, 1918, Sv^pt. pp, 528-522. 

Button, J. E.: V/alfare ejid Housing; Now York and London, 1910. Chapter V, Cfiter- 
ing, pp. 5E-T?.; Oh. Yi% Canteens, px:>. 73-91; Ch, VII, Pood Values, pp. 92J 
112. Based upoii Encii3h exper5.or.08e 

Lusk, araham: The Fi^nda^nental Lasis of Nutrition; New Haven, Conn. 1914, Yale 
University Press. 

Rossy, C. S.: Factory Employes' Restaurant; Industrial Management, 1918, March. 
pp. 236-23V. 

Whitney, Anics L, s rATnch P.oorES for Farployes; Monthly Review of Bureau of Labor 
Statistics, 1917, i;ec. pp. 207-.<:15. 

E<iuipment for Factory Serr-^ica I>f)par'-E'Rnt ; CloTeland, 1915- General Service Dept. 
The National Lainp Works of tlia General Ei^otrio Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

The Food of Work'.ng Women in Boston, Boston, 1917, Massachusetts Pepartment of 
Health, $1.00, 

Industrial Canteens, In Welfare Work in British M-Jiiiuion Factories; Bulletin of 
U. S» Bureau of labor StatifjUcs, No. 222, Washington, 1917, pp. 29-54. 

Raising Wages by Decreasing Living Costs; Factory, 1917, April, pp. 477-400» 

Report on Condition of Women and Child Wa^e-earners in the U. S., department of 
Commerce and labor, U. 3., Vol. I, Cotton Textile Industry, Washington, ISlO, 
Company stores, pp« 599r60C. 

Vrhiat Constitutes a WelX-Balanced Diet; Monthly Review of Bureau of Labor Statis- 
tics. 1917, DeC: pp. 4-7. 

Workmen's Restaurants in Connection with the Steel Business; Monthly Bullf^tln of 
American Iron and Steel Institute, (New York) 19iL4, Aug. Vol. 2, No. 8. 



H M B c N :d v ^^ I !r s of employes 

E::i3p'.loTT.or/b Maaagpn.*en-': Seotiont War .industries Board 

Sept* 30, 1918 

B;v.tnftjton, MaTca.^et F«: Ilonee'ecad; The Households of a Mill Town; Now Ycrkf 19lOf 
Riv:^ii:ell oa^^e FoT2ndat:.on, Cha7:f.cle3 Publishing Conim5.t\;ee« 

ii"''.{.4on, M<iJT B.: Ihe Rfila:;io\i o:-' Korae Condltjons to Industrial E^f'oienoy; jinnals 
c:? A^^jner-rican Aeademyp 19i6t Iliy, pp. 2?7-?t89, 

•:;.7d9, l?li?;a>}e'jh A.: SocUl BeTteriient Work Among Emp?xyes* Families; Monlihly Review 
of xiu:»'*eaa or Labor Sfeavis'Llos, 1918, Jan.. pp. 19S-£02, 

Zpllys ?lorerioe-. Ilode-J?n Ina'^s'crir 5.n Relation to the Family, Health, Eduoation and 
Morality; 5Jevj Yc>i£5 \01Ac Longmans. Chapter I, Modern Industry in Relation 
to -'ho Family 9 pp. 3-C7. 

Willia-jy, J. H&ro3d: A Guide to vhe Grading of Homes, Directions for using the 
V/}i::*^tier fzaXe for Grading Hswe Conditional v;ith the Standard Score Sheet of 
CoL.T?a:-.'ati^e Paca; Wh?.t':;ier, Galifornia, 1918, Whittier State School, ^Pepart- 
rien': of Ref=»earch, Bu/.letln Nc 7. 'i'he Wh.ittier School will furnish individual 
He.?o!rd Bla.cTr.?=> -^lo?: (>2ad'ng hon^e conditions. 

r:ea?.th and Wo>.fc:,:.fe o5? fc/i:t:1.on Wor/kers Outside of the Factory; Monthly Review of 
B^iieaa of labor Statistlct, 1917, AiJgust, pp. 9i"9E3 




H U S I N G 

Sept. 30, 1918 
Sheet 1 

Ernployment Management Section, War Industries Board 
Ai?.en, Leslie H. : Industrial Housing Pro))lems: Boston, 1917, Aherthaw Construction Co, 

A?.ler, L. H. : V/orkman's Home: Its Influence upon Production in the Factory and 

La^bor Turnover; Joui^nal of American Society of Ilechanioal Engineers, June, 1918 
Tblrjne 40, pp. 453-458 • 

Arunovicl, Carol: A Housing Survey; Annals of Am. Academy, 1914, pp. 125-131, Jan. 

O.Tu'Jigh, A. P.: Planning and Financing the Industrial Housing Project; American 
Architecture, 1918, toy 15 and 22, Vol. 113, pp. 583-587 and 653-656. 

Davison, Robert L.: A Check List of the Principal Housing Developments in the 
United States; The Architectural Review, 1917, April, pp. 83-91. Names of 
corpoj^ations, with costs, rentals, etc. Illustrated. 

Dixon, S- G.: Proper Housing Means Cleanliness; Harrisburg, Pa. 1916, Pennsylvania 
Health Bulletin No. 79, pp. 1-9. 

?ei3s, Paul L. t Tlie Cleveland Homes Co.: A Plan for Housing Cleveland's Workers; 
Cleveland, 1917, Chamber of Commerce. 

Foi^, JaMS: The Housir^g Problem; Cambridge, 1911, puTilications of the Department 
of Social Kthics in Harvard University. NmTs? 5. 

:?cr3ter: Industi-ial Housing; Iron Age, Feb. 7, 1918, p. 420. 

^I'eeland, W. E.: The Housing Problem: What the Owner of a City }?actory Can Do and 
•jhe One with Limited Capital— An Answer from a Er5,dgeport 'lex'O; Iron AgOf 1918 
March 21. 

George, v;. L.: Labor and Housing at Port Sunlight; London. 1903, Rivers, pp. 218. 
Complete account of the Lever factory, outside of Liverpool. 

HDH^'n, W. A.: Low-Cost Cottage Construction in America: A Stud^ Based on the 

Housing Collection in l.he Harvard Social LSinoum; Harva:rd University, DeparbmeiVc; 
of Social Ethics, Publication No. V, Cambridge, Kass., 1917, 40 cents. 

I^.n^or, G. W. v;.: Housing tf the WO'*king People in the United States by Emplcyers; 
"^Washington, 1901, Bi:lletin No. 54 of the U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 
pp. 1191-1243. 

bar^Lley, MsJge: A Sbudy of Housing Condi l;i©ns; New York S'^ate Department of Health, 
Albany, 1917. 

■{ W95 Frederic C. i ^he Moc'iem City and Its Problems; New Yo/»lc, 1915, Scribners, 

i^jztoD'^ J. E,: Vv'o.lfare and H'usLng.^ New yorlc and L'^-nd.on, 1918, Lonc^a^s, $1.50 

5ubr/ "A Praotxra/. H^^cdi-C. of Wai'-time Mara^ejisnt". (Mr. Hutton is Manageii* 
.^f :is:x>i' ar.1 oa'.'^Txr.g eepartrisnt of ViLclrers Limited. 

.M:^^?., JoKn: Hepo^i'-^-.c on H-jiJr.lnfc?; No.tional Miinioipal Rev.lew, Philadelphia, Oct, 
'^ ViZ. rivcc- a If.Hu of 86 reoent reports in the United Cta'^es and Caria?.^. 


H U S I N g 
Employment llanagement Section, War Industries Board 

Sept* 3«, I^IC 
Sheet 2. 

Ihlder, John: Better Living Conditions for Employes and their Relation to Sta- 
"bility in Employment; Annals of iUnericaii Academy, JcJi. 1917, pp. 58-65. 

ICillen, Clarence C* : The Housing ProTiilem; mlmington, Del*, 1916^ Ch&fcler of Oom- 
merco . 

Lc^sker, Bruno: The Housing of V/ar Workers: Lessons from British Experi£)nce for 
the Fulfilment of an Urgent Task; Survey, 1918, Jan. 5, pp. 390-397. With 
illustrations and plans. 

M-^usson, Leifur: Employer *s Housing in the United States; Monthly Review of 
Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1917, Kov. pj, 35-&0. 

Magnusson, Loifur: I7ar Housing in Great Britain; Monthly Review of Bureau of Lalior 
Statistics, 1917, Dec, pp. 220-229. Contains on pp. 227-228 synopses of 
Raymond Unwin on "Types of Houses*', 

Nolen, John: Best Things in Print (Bibliography); V/ashington, 1918, American Civic 

Price, George M; Tenement House Inspector; New York, 1910, 2nd Ed., The Chief pub- 
lishing Co. A Ttixfbook for civil service candidates for the i>ositions of tene- 
ment house inspectors, also for sanitary and "building inspectors. Based on 
the New York Tenement House Law, 

Sternlierc^, Gourge Li.: Report of the President's Homes Gonsnission; T/ashington, 19i9, 
Government printing Office. Issued as 60th Congress, 2nd Session, Senate ]>oc- 
ument 644. 


TcxTbell, Ida M. : New Icleals in Business; New York, 1917, Mocmillan, Chapter VI, 
Good Homes Ivlake Good T7orkers, pp. 134-162, 

Tolman, William H. : Social So^ineering; New York, 19«9, McGraw-Hill, Chapter VlII, 
Housin;5, pp. 234-256. 

Yeiller, L<*.wrence: Industrial Housing Developments in America; Architectural Record, 
1918, McJCh &. ^.ril. Vol. 43, pp. 231-256 an^ 344-359. Illustrations and pl^s. 

Veiller, La.wrence: Industrial Housing Developments in America: Eclipse Park, Icluit 
V/isconsin; New York, 1318, N^itioni^I Housing Association, Publications Nv ♦ 46, . 
1§ cents. vVith many interesting floor plans and elevations. 

V(^iller Lawrence: Housing Rufv>r:j; Ne-w York, 1910, Survey Associates, 

von V/agner, Mrs. Johanna: Ti^e B^^ardin^ House; Tlie Architectaxc^l Review, 1917, Jim. 
•.-;. 23 "Z^. With nuinerous plans. 

Waldo, Pullerton L. : Go^d H- -using T^uxt P^-ys: A Study of the Aias sjid the ACf^^mplisli- 
nents of the ^ctavia Hill Association. 1896-1917; Pl.iladelphia, 1917, HiJn:'><^r 
Press, pp. 126, Illustrated. The LLnthl^ Review cf the Jureau wf L?1ior says, 
"Tixe chief feature of the work lies in the rent collector, that *' atient, uni- 
versal arbiter* — \*ho not onl;/ collects rent Tiut z^ros domestic advice, settles 




Sept. 30, 1918 
Slieet 3 

B%>loyni9nt Management Section, War Industries Board 

An A-B-C of Housing; Son Francisco, 1915, Coiitaission of InmiGration and Housing 
of California. With a ^miography. 

Housing; The American Architect, 1918. Ilay 16. Special Kuoaber. 

Pile of Journal of American Institute of Architects- Articles on housing each 
month. The Housing Book reprints all the articles in the Journal prior to 
March, 1918, $5.00 a year. 

Government Housing Details: Nine Different Types for permanent Construction and 
^ the Restrictions Imposed; Iron Age, 1918, Mc»y IS, p. 1270. 

Government Aid to Eo~^e Cwning and Housing of Wbrking People in Foreign Countries; 
Bulletin of Bureau of Labor Statistics, No. 158, Washington, 1914. 


Housing of Workmen; American Machinist, 1917, Nov* 29, p. 937 ff. 

Housing and Town Planning; Special Number of Annals of American Academy. 1914, Jan. 

The Housing Problem in War and Peace; The Journal of the American Institute of 
Architects, Wvi-shin^ton, 1918, pp. 115. 

^ Houses for Mining Tlv«is; V/c^shington 1914, Bureau of Mines, Bulletin 87, 15 cents. 

Housing Problems in America; proceedings of the Sixth National Conference on 

Housing at Chicago, 1917, National Housing Association, New York City, 1917, 
'pp. 4G2. An excellent comprehensive boolc. 

t How Erie is Solving the Housing Problem; Iron Age, 1918, May 30, p?. 1365-1389. 

Plans of General Electric Co., American Brake, Shoe Co. and Foundry Co. 

National Housing Association Publications. New York. Miscellaneous Pamphlets: 
Y/hat Bad Housing Means to the Coiununity-eth edition. By Albion Fellows Bacon 

No. 6. 

- One Million People in Small Houses-Srd edition. By Helen L. Parrish, No. 7. 

* Teaching the Tenan'*:— 2nd Ed. By Johanna von Wagner, No. 8 

Housing and Health— 4th Ed. By Lawrence Veiller, No. 9 ^ . ^ «„ 

Small Houses Within the City Limits for Unskilled \7age Earners--2nd Ed. By 

George M. Sternberg, M. D. » LL.D. No. ^f 

Brief List of Books on Houd^ng ani City Planning, No. 32, Gratis. 

Low-priced Houses for Wage-Earners, by Jacob G. Schmidlapp, No. 34. 
' Industrial Housing, By John Nolen, No. 35 

Industrial Housing, by Lav/rence Veiller, No. 36. 

What Types of Houses to Build, by Perry R. MacNeille, No. 37. 

The Districting of Cities, by Lawson Purdy, No. 38. 

The Menace of the Three Decker, by Prescott F. Hall, No. 39. 

Indian Hill— An Industrial Village for the Norton Co., Worcester, Mass. by 
J^ ^ Charles C. J/lay, No. 40. 

Housing in Relation to Health and Morals, by John Molitor, No. 41. 

... Wax Emergency in Housing, Letter to Pres. Wilson from the N. H. A., ho. 42. 


Employment Management Section, War Industries Beard 

Sept. 30, 1918 
Sheet 4 

"Reusing Problems in i^jneriQa", National Housing Association, New Yorlc* 

Pro-^-eedings of the f^e^ond Faclonai ConferGnoe on Housing in iimerica, $2.00. 
proceedings of the ??ourth l^ationc-l Conference on Housing in America, $1.50 
Proceedings of the Pif'j.h National Conf'erence on Housing in America, $2.50 
Proceedings 9f the Sixth National Oonference on Housing in America, $2.00 

(All cloth bound) 

proceedings of the Annual Confeifence^ of the National Housing Association entitled 
'•Housing Problems in America''; New York* Vol. I is for the conference of 1911, 
published in 1912. fe2.00 each* 

Pamphlets, Pro<ieedings 6f the National Cohferen^e^ en Housing entitled, '♦Housing 
Problems in America" and a quarterly journal entitled "Housing Betterment", 
New York, Nc^tional Houaiiig Association. 

The Prize Designs in the Natif^nal iimericanization Ck>mmittee Itamigrant Housing Com- 
pe'bition: Accompanied by the Competitor's Full Specifications and Descriptions. 
The Architectural Review, 1917, ^Jan- pp. <d-21, With numerous elevations and. 
floor plans. 

Proceedings Second National Conference on Ho\isLn3, Philadelphia, lee, 4-4, 1912. 
Held >y National Housing Association. Proceedings ?ul»lished by Association, 
J.05 E. 22nd St., Nev York City. Contains John Nolen on The Factory and the 
Home, "Shall the Factory Go to the Outskirts or Snu.ll the People be BroUj^ht 
to the Center". First Ccnferencf^ Proceedings, $2.e0. 

Proceedirtjs- of the Annual National Conferences on Housing of the National Housing 
Asscciation, New York, 1911-1918. 

Sanitation of Rural V/orkmen's Areas: With Special Reference to Housing; Committee 
on V/elfare Work of Committee on Labor of Council of National defense, Washing- 
ton, 1918. Public Health Reports, Sept. 6, 1918, Yol, 33, Nv>. 3S, pp. 1477- 
15©7. Contains much valuable and practical irformaticn. 




Sept. 3C, 191 S 

En^jloyment Mana.g6mont Soctlon, V/ar Industries B^ard 

Oh';j:?.dlor, V/. L. : Fincjicial Aid fur Enployos; Industrial Management, 1917, ect. 
pj. 56-43 

Dennis, Stanley A.: Holjing Employos to Save.: In ^'Handling J^n'\ Chicago, 1917, 
A. V/. Shav O^c, ^yg. 183-192. 

Ololni^x., Willi' Jr- H. : S.dal Bnglv.favlwe:; l^ov. Yurlr, 1*^03, !.toav«vr- Hi T U C;h;Trxrtpr VI, 
Thrift, p.). laS-P.OO. 

Thrift a Xsult uf S..vings Plan B^allotin; Nov York, N^vombar, 1917, National Ao- 
s^jciatiun of Cr^ioratiun Schculs, pp* 10-20. 



15 I I* I I G ?. A F H Y 

p s iisiojlB 

Sept, 5i^, 1913 

E'.playiLont llr.n:.gjincnt S^;Otion, \/>.r Industries Board 
7it3h, J. .to A-: E.xlcycs' Ponsi^n Plans; Survoy, 1S18, M .y 25, Criticism cf 

^j JLc ^.i o » . . 

Titoh, J:hr. A.: ?.r Vi.luo J^coivol: Survey, 1918, Il^y 25, pj. 221-224- A li?- 
• ciissionof iri:lustrir.i pensions. 

os^^jut, Kv^nry "":.: 5o3i^a^: A Progr.-ju uf S cial I^^form; Uov Y rk, l«ie. 
IL.cnr.illan, Ch'-pt..r \\ Provision for 01-1 a>-. 

An-uiw and L.r^fit ri-^ns fur Enxplcyes of thu St.-nd:;rd 2)il C.^ cf Kcw Jersey- 
■ Ucnthly L bcr ?wVic;\-, 191^', Juiyv V?' 1<SC-169. 

or S.-nic'.l .Iv..sur..nCo, Bulletin cf U. S. Duru-u of 
. L3ur^St-ti:3tiGS ■.. . PAP.. ' ..chingtcn. 1917, A". 729-838. 

PrGCwcdings .f "h- 0. r.f wrt^r.Cc. 







Eifl^'lo^^rpent Mc^nc-gement Soeticn, War Industries Board 

Sept* 30, 1918 

Collins, James H, : Tho Art of Eandling Men; Philadelphia, 1910, Altemus. "The 
Lo.Mi ?h.xrk'% pp, iii-iae 

Eubank, Scixl EdWc^d: Loan Sharks ar.d Loan-Shark L^.gislation in Illinois; Now 
York, 1917, Rucaell Sc^o Founaatir,n, pp. 16. 

Eraployroeuit MaaagemeTi i; Section, War Industries Board 

Sept. 30» 1918 

Towson, Charles R.: A Not lea Supplement to Indus urial Housing; The AroeriOiin 
Arohitoct, 1918, J&.y 15 and May 22. 

Vrnltncy, Anloe L» ; Clu'bs, Gyranaslvms aiid H'^Oi'oatlon Groimds for Erniiloyes; Monthly 
Review of Biareau of Lai)or S-featiatiaij, 1917, Nov^ pp. 201-212^ 

Club Huoses; Mon'shly Biille-^-5.n of Amerioan Iron and Steel Institute, 1914, July, 
Vol, 2, No,. ?5 New Yorl^ C".ty« 

The V/eston Enrployos' OIvId; Iron Age, 1003, June 4, pp. 49-50. Account of club 
house and oiuo or employes of Westor Electrical Ini?trument Co. of Vi/averly 
Park, H. J. 



G4LIt^vl:_Oi?lli52l22^Lj^ll^ Sheet 1 

FriiDjQ.TTiiont l^^aagoment Section, War Industries ?.oard 

J^-'-j-cIienal , mi:^^o\:h (7^:.tox): C-^ficial Handbook of the Gi?:^ls' Branh Puhlic 
S^'hoois A;-.h;.e-:-io :,e^ga'3: ITew xork, 1917, ^r^rioan ?,ports Pulli^hing^Co. , 
.ypax-'angs Athletic :nJ0.rary. Suggested ao-civitles, ?.ules icr games, manage- 
ment; of ooiiceots, ge'oe:;ai articles, 

C'.-.lio":, Hichard C: ^.hat iMen Live By: Work, Play, Luve, V/crship; Nejv rork, 1914, 

Crcjrtton, C. W. (Editor): Official Handbook of the Public Schools Athletic League 
of New Y3...'k City; New York, 1917, j^erican vj^^orts Publishing Co*, Spaldings 
Athletic TiJb-ary, 2!? conts. Contains rules for events, conduct of meets, 
rulss for oest'i, hints on tra:.ning, etc, 

Curtis, Kenry S.: The Play Movement and Its Significance; New York, 1917, Mac- 
mil. I an. 




5C'.rllr.gT,on, Dr. Thomas: Playgrounds in Helation tu Health and Education; Monthly 
Bulletin uf Arrer:can Ii'on aid S-'eel Ir.stitute, 1914, i'el:., p. 30, ff. 

ailson, Ma-ry S. : Pecroatiun 'for Kniployes; Industrial Management, 1917, Oct., pp- 

arous, Karl: n^he Play of Ilani New York, 1901, Appleton. 

Hanmer, L. F, and H. 2. .Knight: Sources of I-^iformation on Recreation; New York, 
1514, Runnel Sag-e 5oui:da-Gi.>n, Pamphlet 1S6. 

Hutton, J. L.: Velfare and Housing; New Yofk aid Loralon, 1318, Longmans, Chapter X, 
Amusements, x^p, 13V"iA4. la^^ed xxpoii English e:rpe>-'i«noe. 

Leland. Lcrna H. (Sditor): Pl.^.ygrjund Tf^chnique and Play..raft; Springfield, Mass. 
19C9, ?. A. ?.apf,9t-;e Co. Teals with playg.oorjid arohi-iecture aiid engineering, 
Suv..cen3ful playgrounds in various places are des3ribed. Bibliography, p'o. 

Lord, C. ^\: Athletics for thB V/:;rking Perce; Irdnstrial Management, 1917, Oct. 
TOP. 44-49. 



Hero, Everett 5. (Editor): American Playgrounds : Their Construction, Equipment, 
Maintenance and Utility; Boston, 1908, American GjTii-'iasia Oc 

Patrick. G. T. 17.: The Psj^chology of Helaxation; r??tor:, 1915, Hji;ghton Xifflir 
^i C»>. Piscusses relaxation in laur:;ht*ir, [^.^roi'a^^ity, alcr^hol, play, r>>jcrt, 
^.nd var. 


;E.:;a>.'?.y , M. J-: Zn^ J?ritii»h Journal of Psyr./i^-'logy, Mjnograph r}i;pp lements 17, Tho 
i'^yrihclogy of i-he ^.rgGnis'ed G-coup Gar.r* ; Caii^bridgr- Il:.i-/Grsity Pr^^c^s, 1^^^, 

> > tt, Vi/^'ltor :;ii:: I-nc-.reasing Human Efficion^^.y in Businesb'; I^Iqv; y-^rk, 1!;11, I->-^- 
mi] Ian, Chaptor LI, Relaxati n as a yt?.ar.3 of Incroasizii, HirKan :?iiici3ncy. 




Sept. 30, 1918 

"^mplcyiion-'; T>2:aiagomerit Section, V/ar Industries Board 

•*=;i:5«-^r, Oatus V : Thh •';cm)u::c;.al.l/.ation of Leisure; Boston, 1917, Badger. 

/.?ulmn, W-llllcffi K. : Soc:.a'i. .^^givieerins, New YoTk, 1909, McGraw-Hill, Chapter X, 
Po '.-^eati.r, p . P9o--;:>-4. 

•Vvj B.'ro3?.rjV -?-:.^::,ci-: ■>'? ?acili':ics and the Imlgrant ; Ann-Is of 
AaK:x-.s.c l.c^.c\o-aij, V?^-'j, }^i.:(h, pp. ?r)?--367 . Reprinted in Y/inthrop Talbot, 
Araxi .an.:iU;-5.on, Ile^/ "^^.-ir:, X!:):<.•^ pp, 515-520- 

7eir, i^c't)ort F- • , Vo-.J..:on:l nc-.rer.tjon; Bloomingtun , Inc\ , 1917, The Ibctension 
ri-''i3.ion V.I Icdi'a-;:. HrJ/ver-sity, A survey of thd activities of Indiana firms 
in lehali' of t::.c.> Ci..pioy6'^> . Material grouped under the headings: comfort 
fa'^.iliti.j.Sj physi.oia r^^crei-tlon facilities, educational use of leisure, cul- 
tural recru •'•:oi-j'=', sooic.l r.ctivitios, "organizations, medical supervision, 
7ar.a:icn:v. (-^ic. "IJnl^ is f/ilcwed hy a systematio disciFsicn of recreation 
ur^dor. sneh t:.t\cn ai:, Sanitr.ry dietary and reoreatJTre facilities, Games and 
Pl.ay,ji.-o^ind.': , Sue:..-/; r^id efUvi^ticnal activities, Organization and supervision, 

vmitney^.Anioe I..: GiuLs. G-^^^asivja and Recreation Grounds fo- E?nployos; Monthly 
Rerirtv c-r .?.:.rea-a uc lacor ?tavistics, 191V, Nov. pp. 201-2i£. 

piitnry., A:iico T. : Foci-i.; c.hd jf.-dacatio-nal Advanta^^os for Employes; i\5Dnthly 7 
.of P.-:'xeau o:^: •.cXoi" r^oaxi-S bi^;s , 1918, Jan. pp- 206--212, 



loMfical ^Tganv^iativJi-ja in the B/on and Steel Industry- Morithly Bulletin of the 
American laon end S'uool Inoticute, 1915, Jixn. Vol. .3., I'o. 1. 

Playgrounds; Bull/clr o/ rr;.n and Sceol L^.stitr.te, ?.914, Ve::ruary, Vcl, 2, Uo, 2, 
61 -Broadvay-. 2b Con'^s- BoautifuXly illustiated. 

4 / 


Sept. SO, 1918 

Employmont Management Section, Wai' Industries Board 


•lolman* VilXiajTi H. : Scoial En^^.necrlna^; NeT7 York, 1909, McGraw-Hill, Chapter XT, 
pp. ^23-554, Oojoraiaial or Social BGb\.e.':menw 

WehlQ, Louis B.: Labor Problems; Quarterly Jo-uxnal of Economics, 1918, February. 

Amon^ Indus-lrial V/orfeers: A Handbook for Associations In Industrial Fields; New 
York, 1916, Industrial Peparoment and Jnbornation Goranittee Y» M. C. A. 

L-.bor Legislation in 1915; Vvashington, 1916, Department of Labors Bureau of Labor 
Statistics, Bulletin Bo. 1B6, Govemmeut ))ccument, pp. 494. 

Organisation of the War Labor administration Gon$>leted; Monthly Labor Review, 
1918, August, pp. 65-71. 






B I B I Jt G K A p H Y V/ashineton 
; ^^^^^.^ ,^^^ y^^^ 

l!top;io]?^i:cn-:; T^ai.a^cn?erxV ri^O'cio::, \7ar jiidus^ii'les Board 
Ausc7n, F. B^^l i^onr '^liny '^oinn Ba.:^; Lal^o- PrcLxerns Under Wa:; Oonditions, %atern 

F:^-ando^t:, ,^\>!ir.c, Louis D.: i:if Ici^ncy by C.nsan^; Indazstxigl Management, 1S18, 
Je'b. pi-i. 1<.03 ll);.'! t 

\ Oiiu.:r*„ 4. K-. :::w r':>roo aad ira^.tioe of xSc^nagemsnt ; How York, 1514. ^clncsring, Horrlc. L,. v;:io U- Eoas in Your Shop; Mnal3, JS-y. 19i7. iv 16"7-ie5. 

Fcerr.--.:-, Pobni I:- r. • A Pron,lsins V^nv.nrj. :n liido.-.via: Partnership: Annals of 
An* Ac-adcn.;/, 19i;..: N^o^. pp. 5V-103. 1'h. p?an o.' tns iJeruir.oon Ifeg. Co. 

a-tw.l-~, H. 0.- Hc^-^y<; cf r^otnnib tee on Yo-ar.lcc-il (iv.idr^rcc; I!sw York, 1916, Naiion- 
'al AFDOcia'.icn o;-:- •JoTpc:ra^-.ion .School^: pp. e&-9£ ana j.48. 

Va''en^.i-e, Rot..;r'-. G. . 'Civ: Progrosrl'-e rte'lat.l.n betwB3n E/flaier.,c.y and Conson'.;; 
i3u...'.e:;-"ii rt :-,he l^ray^o'^ ;:o;,icv.y, :!9i5, Nov. pp. ?r,"3C, 

r;-,o;-^ oV :■ >£ Oonmivveo or yo(a-^ U^^dan.o. S.oiion VI, Mmia^omen. ^hazing. 

Gove.-.-iii-g -he, ra".--orv L;.i,e a r.epx.-i>iic; Factory. 1917. Oct. pp. K54 ff . Plan of 

■)he iiabo Coi.'je'; Co. 

Labor and xhs Kc=w Social 0-dar; Supplement. to.The Hew Republic. 1S18, Feb. 

The Ma-^^.ona] Economic Lcagre Qiia-.'<;orly: Social Reoonstrucoion Au'ter the War. 1918. 
I.Iay= (Ra':.c'ii:.'fei Siooks, K-h-ir^-, Eliot) 

,.- • -^ lAr-^i-^ Tohn-.. nnf.rft-rtlon Pol'ov- Englnsoring and Mining 
O'Mrer Iron M-.n:.:ig ••o. Adopts Lacor (..oop9*<:.T..u u ru4...-,> j^ t. 

" Jo'oi-nal. 19US Jvr.e £9. a^b.-ines cha "ma^.uality" adopted. 




S U fi G- >^ Siy i II S Y g '}} B M S 
EnplojTn^nt Mituag-D^/at Seob5.on, W2?.r Tjadrstries Board 

Sep Co ^0, 1918 

Byles. L. U.: Ilha Syxgcon^lon S;3".em in r:o<>lp.nd; Sypcem, 1907, Dec, pp. 580-585. 

Cadbury, Fd\ve:.?d: Experto.en'.s in J^diist::ial 0--g£JLizaticn; New Yorlc. 1912, Longmans, 
pp. <cio-.iX'« 

HT:ing3r, Edwin A. (EuGtrriap KodrJc Oo,); Gett^^ng ©or Men to G-ive Us Their Ideas; 

jacbory, 1918, ^^pr-J, pp. 62'i-628* 


Hunger, Ed\v?n A- fZustman Kodak Co.): J^ug^estions rrom Employes Help Company Save 
Mone^-; Ancals* Ma^/, ).91.7, pf.. lGG-L9Co 

Motcalf, H, C: Report- of Oommlttfte on T^cational Guidance; New York, 1916, 

National Associ:larion of Ooi-poi'atlon S^nools, pp. ?6-88, 

Pilkin^hon, Robert G. •. A F^Ur Toyar^y Oontrac-G for ^irrployes; Anierican Machinist. 
191'/, I)c-G, :.'5: pp. '^0''V-102a. Ooncaiiis modeii. fair cor.tract to be encerea in- 
to by eugpXo^^OJL' ciTploye. 

Porter, H. F- J.: 'J^^^ PT'&'^BSoion System; Cassler's Magazine, 1905. July. How to 
fencovrage ci".^'§:2 3 'ions :':roru employas, 

-^tting Fn^loyes to ITcfe c-f^DSt'lon^; Electrical RaHway Journal, 1917, Dec^ 29, 
Experif^r-cc of tho teiiTiz^r •.?; ^; rr'a/is • 

($ut of the Suggestion Box; Fair^ory, 191?, Sept. pp. 553-355. 



B i B L J £ liA P H Y 
■ SHOP ^ M H : >? V' £ E F :^ S T B M S 
itrrploTiHeno Mai.Hge7ii^;i:b FscUonp V/ar .Vadiis-'uriss Beard 

Cep-'ia 30 J 1918 

Basjse;, V/. H«: Vvhare a Oomm-.'.vtoe is the Bcsc;: Parooj?;/, 1917s Nov., pn. 705-707. 

Carpen'':er, C, V/. ; '.'^ho Oor:im-:;cao Syci-'-eifl; P;'o'er:ui.^' Hasa.sines 1907, Feb, 

K.i>.'kaldyj A. W- fEdJ-^io:.*; : Iiid"'Z£>*:-?:7 auc*. J':-.:!isj.:'e; London and New York, 19X7, Pitman 
& Sona. C]r;i^'p-:e?; ji:V, ppc ".6C->,8o, "\Vo:>K;t'nop CGiiifi^.:>.aGes'' bv 0^ G, Ilenold. 

Hussel: Crgar.isfng i^a^r^v.^r Ooiiimrt'':oes r I:i*on Aga, Jana 8, 1915, pp. 69''70. 

V/elDb, Sidi:-.ey; r-he V/orks Manaf??'" Today; l^^r^i ^0::*!-^: :^.917. Len,^. Chapter YIII, 

The "I'laniieT^s** of i/Icmage'men;, pp.- lo;3-li6. Chapter IX^ riscJpline, pp. X17-121. 

Inter ilmP.epovt of -'•he H3':oni'ti:u.eGl.Gn nonri^ii-'-.tee on Joint JE'-'^ard.lrg Indv.s trial Coun- 
cils, G'-'cat hr'.l'jLfj., 19iV, Bt^.printod in .■!(:ad-ieti*ia". U-.v/e^t iti Oreat Britain, 
Bulletin Zo> of tLe U. 3. Bvreaii of J.ahcr otatlscitis, Washington, 1917, pp. 

Prcceoc'-ii^^s o.? tha ?oooAd .ljidi''.s ',:■?:. al Sa.C^ty Oor.igT'ess of New York ?tate, Syracuse, 
IS'.v, £ja":e ij' CcniiiSspion^ A^/oai^y, 1918^ Shop Coiartiotaes, William 
Carroll , "pp. .160-'.. 68. 

Fieview of Wc:»kr. nonnivtess; Report of the British Ivlinistry of Labour; New RepLThlio 
1918, Jnly £?.■ 

The Splendour of Cormaitoees; ^he New Statesman, 1917, Oct* E7. 



COLLECT v.VIj: Bm a:u'UT'-: x C 0C !T^»^HACT3 
Bhjployirent llc:vj:i£,^\£^Qn : ^.^ctlon, V/a;^ I::dastj:^^e3 Board 

Septo 30 5 '1919 
Sheet 1 

Arjb.>.?3, v;. J,. (T'le Adjur'.':^(^r.5 o>? V.'a^os; I^ev; York, 1903,» Longiaans^ AppsDdJ.x 2V, 

jof:it Arrr-')*^.>ron-'-s. pp. ^tZ-Z^o'h 

OroEs, iza P.,; CorXer-f^ive ?.av?c;aJ.n:-QC and Trade A^^^eoirents in ihe B^Gwn:.y ^etc.) 
blades of ?a:i 5'>7o:.3:'.^';g, u/i 5 ty of Cali^oxnila, ]39:-ke^.Gy» CalifornLa. 

F.--T;.;e-, J^OT.:pi No.iVE^.OTx Oo''/<.e.?':i>v'o Baigalulng Ilan; Monvbly Labo.;' Review, 19ie, 
Av^a??t, pp. .IHO* 'I'ho ?;.:*i:i-:ki"l;iedc-rman Oc, djr.ocra'^ic shop plan, 

£■'^113 u, l^Qr-'-h: ^;::adG AfrcS^fn:? In ^he 'Vom-^n'r^ Clo'b'jiin^ Iiif^i2S tries of Philadelphia; 
Alcn^hlr Pxcie^v ox Bv^aau o:e -uabo? S^^., 1918, Jan. pp. 2?-".9. 

G^:^^n''.;v, J*!?.' -•h'-:w ?i:. ; ^-ace ^^-^i^^n^^ In the 'Wen'^^ Clothing Inda.=itry of New York 
Civ; -loa-hiy Ito'v^ew ot Bm: ':a.u of fiabor SwaG.'.sticSj 1918, Jan. pp. i8--26, 

Gi-'oac, 5. '},; Atu' of ^jris:/--can Courts in Labor Cases, Longmans, 1911, Chapter 
X, 0'ioi?ed f.hop OcutracvvS. 

Hoag'.anci, H. S. ; OolxecoJTe Bai^aining ?.n the Lithographic Indp.stry; ITew fork, 

i ^on^sTDaiui , 19 V', jjp,, 1Z>0.> Oo'.'xiniJla Uni^^Grsit^;- St'.idioS in History ar^d Economics, 
ITo. vilb. ;4P?-.00. One o:? a series of studies made for the U. S. Coiamittee on 
Jiiidustrlal ilelations. 

Hoa^:'.ar.d, ITenry E.: Wage Bargaining on the Vessels of the Great Lai-res; University 
of lilinoJ.Sj K';tnd?.&3 in Social Scieiice, Urbana, 111., 1917, $1^130. 

Hoi: 13; R^ 3?..: S...:;.erit5f ic Management and Labor; New York, 1916, D. Appleton, pp. 


Ilorio. Robert I**o j Trade Unionism in the United States; New York, 1917, D. Appleton, 
Oiiap'oer X, " . 

Jonor>, Daniel: The MJdlnnd Iron and Steel Wages Beard; W. J. Ashley's "B:?5tish 
lrAX'SAi'f\ £nd i^^.., N3>a' Yoik^ 1907. 



Jones, i:dwaj/d D. i l»he Administration of Industrial Enterprises; New York, 1916, 
:jon:;iii£:i3, pp* ?.01-811. 

va"Je.i";ine« Pob^r'j 0.. a^d ^nad. O'^d^ay* Work and Pay; A fuggestion for Representa- 
vf-s^e Gove^nireiro :ln Indu£itc*y; Qaai texly Journal of Economics, 1917, Feb. pp. 

V/-'J.l?.8jr-^i, J* >].^ Sidney Hillman & Earl D. Howard: a?he Hart, Schaffner and Marx 
:sabcr ;\^:?r.t»i^:.t5 Ohicago, 1916. 

Wu'.fj^.ow, 0hrv>j3 F.: Go^Jlective Agreements in the lien's Clothing Industry; Bull- 
etin o-Z j^ g. Bt:>*oau of Labor Statistics, No. 198, Washington, 1916. 

/x^-Toorppn': in .ne ChiJdren Shoe lianufacturing Industry, New York City, 1918, April; 
Tlonthly Reviev/ of Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1918, Jlme, pp. 165-167. 


^^mm a*? mm^ *■■■ mimm m^^ ^imm — ■m «ib» «^iw ■■«> ^^b* 

EEcployment Llanace^iiont Seoviont Veer Indus i;r1,es Board 

SepVc 50, 1918 
Shoet <i 

CojLleotive Agrorrrer/l-s in ihf) Lien -3 Cloth .'Hg Lidi-'.^'hry; Bulletin of U. S. Bureau 
of Labor 3'^at..\L;t\o£?5 ^Too 1S8, \7a5hine"ton, 19i6* 

Qigrbeivly Journal of iiconomicsp 1919,. Feb., pp. ;3C4-?92. Some oollective bar- 
ga:7nLr'g oonti-actc; aa^ Jerar/ai NOr 13 o^ the Chief of Oi'toance are re- 


ladus-briaj. Cuu-^'c of the Cloakf ?uir and Skirt .industry of iTev/ York City; Bulletin 
!!:>• 144, Lureau of Labor Stat-.r.tlcs, Wathlrsjo.n, D. C. 

Hepoir'; o:? the Ird^^/str.^al Corn:?il of •'±.3 B2*i-:,.l3h Boa?rd of '!?rade on its Inquiry into 
I^ia^3b;--? ii{^>:6eL:cn;3; Bu:-.;.eb)n o::: "h^ iV. ^, Burea;*! cf L.^or ftati^tics. No. 
I'dZt Wajihiagtoi , 19J.5, Goyeisroi^r^t;- P.Tr.V'^i.-ig O/'fice. 

Sh.:.'€.e-'-. Railv/ay En-^:*ovi7ifc^ il. iUa the mii;ed rta-'e.T; V/rshing^on, 1917, Bulletin of 
B''i3-in of Lc'.box' :*3*>avi3'GiC3? No* >:C4o vcn'^aintJ a^'^^eeinents entered 

ilA'OO . 

Wcoge A^c*»3£nier'^«. V7c:'/:xf,hop ay-d Or..n.?.e:-y R"n.X.?s, and provisions for Settling lis- 
p:T-:eR' Kcpo:;>. of. iJr.x J.:?;/ c^ '';Le 3oa./d of Trade into Cost of Living iii Ajr?r5- 
can TovvuE,, Lit\i':.ish Pai-le re ■aneiiwj LoTsdon, 1911. Afjpendix I, pp. 4:25-443. 

T/0£'>9n p Ca:^:iTifn': I\::rj'i;9..?a?/>?3rs' Asaoc-iation of Philadelphia and Joint Board of 
Oio-^K a*id J!zir'- ivl^Vc3/'s Uhioii:-". o.C PhA.lad^^phia: Agreement of i^ugust 1, 191V> 
Mor.\;hly Po'^lew of Burea^;. of Labor ii'- at is tics, 1918, Jan. pp. 51-35. 








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A S S G I A '? ?: IT S C y EMPLOYES 
Eicpicyinont Mai*ar'?c m.^n'i:. ne^'j-^io:!, War l.ndT:»f3';ries Doard 

Sep'c. DO, 1918 

Bach, E. E-: l?oc?.al and R3:.:,gions Organ!. Tat ior.s as FactorG in the Labor Problem; 
Builebf.n of ijn£7?ica2^. Jntbj.inr.e of Hinxng Sn^^lnecrs, 1918, Feb. pp, 321, 

Chandlor, W. L. : Conr.lT;r.3.on3 fron a Sarvey of Q-^er Five Hundred Employes' Benefit 
Asaociations; iUmaxe, May, 1917, pp. 156-166. 

Chandler, W. L.i Thr^ ETipl'j»yes' r;en3fit Asaooiation; Industrial Management, 1918, 
Jan. pp. 24-39; Feb. pp. 109-115; March, pp. 219-224:; April, pp. 293-297; 
Jmie, July, pp. lP-3.6. 

Pitch, John A.: Making the Bargain; Survey, 1917, Dec* 15, 

jifetcalf, H. C.J Report of Oomit'^ee or). Vncational Grldr.ntje; New York, 1916, Nar- 
tional Associat:.on of Uo:;po-&.t ion Schooln^ pp. 1415"148 and 89-93. 

Tead, Oxdway: Employes- O:rgau:.?.alions and Their Helpful Uses; Industrial Manase- 
neat, i91V, :i^"ov. i)p. rVi:9-25G. 

Tolman, William H.: So'r".al Engineering; New York, 1909, McGraw-Hill, Chapter V, 
Mutuality, pp. l^''2":i.G2. 











Sept. 50, 1918 
Sheet 1 

Empl:;7ir»en'^: Ilana^cJipnu Saotlon* V/ar Indus;; Borird 

^dsms, 'e. S, ari H. L. v^iicrrie:-'. :r,a-b.377 Problems; Ne\7 Yo^k, 1918, M?:omillaii, Chapter 
", I;j.!X:? 0r3??xaU'a.;ixK: a:ad ImpIoyGrs* Ass og lab Ions. 

Bi^TUock. S^Jtui, DBc-in (Oj: .ijii.e?) : rtebato5:'6 Kojidboolc Selected Articles on 

T?ode Unions, lew Ycrii, :.9U'. 2nd edition, H. Y/« Wilson Co,, pp» 280. Biblio- 

Cohen, Julius H.: Lciv,/ and Order in Industry; Ne\» York, 1916, I^^cmillan. 

Cole> G. D. H.: Solf-Govei*ninent in Industry; London, 1917, G. Bell & Sons. 

Cole, G. D. H. : i^he World of L^^ljor; London. 1913, G, Boll & Sons. "A Discussion 
of the Present and Future i^f Trade Unionism. 

Coranons: Jolin R, and ethers : History of Ut'bor in the United States; New York, 1918, 
Macmillan, 2 volujnes. 

Drew, \Vulter: Unionizing Industry as a Vi^r JifeaFiire; Tron Age, 1918, JcJi. 10, 
V3l» iCl, p e 14:2-.142. 

Sliot, diaries V.: The Future of Trades-Unions o-nd Cai-ltalism in a Democracy; Ne'w 
York 1910, G- P. Putnam' c Sons. 

Fitch, John A.: Labor and Politics, Survey, 1918, June 8, p,.- 28?-289. How tha 
war and the ccurts are upsetting the traaiticnal attitude of Atnerican trade 

Groat, Geo-ge G.: Tiie Studi^ of Organized Lal»or in Ajne..-ica^ 'S^v York, 1915., Macmillar 
Henderson, Arthur: Aims of La>:our; London. 1918, Huo"bs )h, 50 cents. 

Hoagland, Henry E.: V/age B .rG^ining on the Vessels of vha G-'oat Lakes; Urbana, ai. 
1917. University of rilinois. 

Hcxie, Rohort F. : Trade Unionism in the United S'at'.r.; New Y^rk; 1917, D. Applet-^n. 

Merritt, ^Iter G.: How Shall V/e Attain Indus-urial peaoe? Eoonoin:'-3 \V9r?.d, 1916, 
FeT5* 9. 

Mitchell, John: Organized Labor. Its Prslolemw^, Purposes and Idoals and the Present 
and Future jf American Vi/age Earners; Philadelphia, 1903, American Book and 
^ Bio]e Hcure, 

Mitchell, John; The Wage Earner and His problems; Wshington, 1913, Hidsdale. 

portenar, A. J.: Oeatralized La.bor Responsihility from & Labor Union Standpoint; 

Annals, ^lay, 1917, pp. 191-201. 

^ Tead, Orc^.way: Tra(?e Unicns and Efficiency; American Journal of Sociology, 1916. Ju-*.;. 





T Tl A Ij S U !T I IT S 

Sept* 50, 1918 

Ernplcyment Lfenaf.eine.n!; Se^-tion, Wa^' Incvastries Board 

Trracnrenhe.-^, Alex: n'le ^iYiey'loej?. Laoor Year Bj.-^k 191V-1910; New York, 1918, 
v^'ClK '^l Ox to^M.a,X S'?.ir.e'i(»8, Pait il, fhe Lal'^rr Movement In iiie United States, 
pp» 54 li'u 

Waljl', Si'nay: .lr.3;ir-cv5a::. Demfioi'aoy; Hew Y3:^k, 1902, Lengirans . Analysis af the 
"uheciy, suruomve and lunctions o.f trade imions. 

Wey^jrth* W. 0.: 0?he Or^^aniza-'^^iliay of La^or; Baltimcre, 1917, Johns Hop3^ins Press 

Empl^rxTiiort System of -'••he Vi^.e Hairier *s Asscj.-'.ation; Balletin cf United States 
Bureau of Lal^rr Staticitict, No. 235, Wasliin^.'^-c-on , 1918. 

aegulatl:2,n and Rer.-"-i<^.t:lon of Ou-'-put; V/ashirg hen , 1904, U. S. Bureau cf Lah-jr, 
^l^ven'vh Special Report. Is&usd a2 Poouaienb 7^4, 58ch Congress, P^nd 

Pinal I?epovt of the Indies trial ConET.irislon of ^Ti'jie, 1898; Washington, 190.^, Gov- 

eriraent Pritiring OCfioe, pp, IL'l-liXlillT. of VoiuiDe 1'!' and sujaari^^ed in Vol- 
umr^ iO, pp. 793-c>33. ''T'li. s'canO.ard doscriptio". ,:ind dis'-iussion of American 

Thirty-Seventh Annual Convantion of the AmerJ.ceji r3deration of Lauor (Buffalo, 
Nov. ];^-<i4, 1917); ninthly Review 3f Bui^eau of Lahor Stalistios, 1918, Jan. 
pp. 1S9-146. 





' g^9 T> W, W> 
Bnaploymont Management Flection, V^^r Industries Board 

Sept. 30, 1918 

Parker, Carleton H. : 'Ihe I. W. W.; Atlantic Mcutfclyj 1917, Ilcvember. 

Han^iom, Arthur: Ihe Bolsheviki; New Repy.b', 1916^ Jvly 27, 

Yarros, Victor S.: O^he i, V/. W, Irial- Sui^vey, 1918, August 31, Sept. 7, Sept. 14. 

Digest of I, V/. We J..ibera•^^:ve, sta'-ing history ^nd p'a7?poBes of organisation, and 
indicating" prin'-jj pie of vioienoe to acconipiish its sends 5 CongT'essional Reoopd^ 
May 6, 1918, pc 6566, 

The Truth About •'-.he I. W. W. ; New York, 1918, National Oivii Liberties Bureau, 

written by Goorge P. West, John Ac Pi'^ch, Prof, Carlton H. Parker, John Graham 
Brooks and Roger N. Baldwin. 





S T H I K E S 
Engployment Itoiagoment Section, Y/ar IndTistries lioard 

Sept. 30, 191G 

Adams, T. S. and H, L. Suimier: Labor Problems; New York, 1916, mcmillan, Ch. VI, 
Sbrikes and loyootts, Ch. VIII, Agencies of Industrial peace. 

Lamett, George E. and D. Ao McCabe: Mediation, Investigation and Arbitration in 
Industrial Disputes'; Kew Yu::^^ iS'16, D. Appleton 

Clarlc, Lindley, D.: The Law ox T,iie Emplosnoent of Labor; New York, 1911, Macxnlll^n, 
Chs^ter XII, Labor Disputes, pp. 257-34C;. 

Cohen, Julius H.: Law and Order in Industry; Hew York, 1916, Macmillan. 

Deeley, V/. J« : Labor Difficulties and Suggeeted So].u;tlons; I^ianchester, England, 
1918, Sherratt and Hughes. Seven chapcersj on labor difficulties, foremen, 
managers, eraplojjars, selection for stability of staff, wage payments, wel- 
fare work, workshop committes and suggested solutions. 

Eddy, Arthur J.: The Law of Combinations; Chicago, ISOl, Callaghan & Oo. Thor- 
ough statement of the law bearing on strikes. 

Gleason, Arthur, Discovery of Ways to Industrial Peace in Great Britain, Survey, 
1917, I^y 19. 

Higgins, H. L.: A New Province for Law and Order; Harvard Law Review, 1887, Apr, 
Vol. 1, Ho. 1. 

Mote, Carl: Industrial Arbitration; Indianapolis, 1916, Dobbs-Jiterrill. "A 

World-wide survey of natural and political agencies for social justice and 
industrial peace." 

Winslow, Charles H. : Industrial Court of the Cloak, Suit, ana Skirt Ixidustry of 
New York City; Bulletin of U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, No- 144, Wash- 
ington, 1914. 

Causes of Recent Strikes; Iron A^e^ 1918, March 21, p. 782, ff. 

Conciliation and Arbitration in Great Britain; I^onthly Labor Review, 191B, Aug. 
pr,. 237-240. Reprint of Iteport on Conciliation and Arbitration of the Cora- 
mifee on Relation Between Employers and Eniployed of the Ministry of Recon- 
struction. Great Iritain, London, 1918. 

Strikes in American Industry in !/ar tine; Research Report No. 3, National In- 
dustrial Conference Board, Boston, 1919. 






Sept. 30, 1918 

THB Basis ^f biscipl :- \e akd loyalty ti; htdustrial belatioits 

Employroent Managemen*; Socticn, V/ar .industries Board 

jUi.:Trews, Captain L» C: iV.r.dan3.jiitals of Milltax'y f5ervic's; Philadephia, 1916, Lip- 
pincott. Chapter II, Psj-^/hology uf the Servioe, pp. 7-40. 

Ar,;.rew£, Lier.t* Colonel Lincoln C. : Lead4>rship and Military Training; Philadelphia, 
1916, Lippinc^.tt, sspeoially, pp- lS-83. 

Emerson, Harrington: The Twelve Principles of Efficiency; New y«rk, 1917, The En- 
gineering Magav.iioe Oc* 

fc^i^Ti Ji Us: V/^rking V/ith Our W^ti 24 HQurs a Day; System, 1918, August, 
155-irs.. (IvEr. Poster is President Hydraulic Pressed Steel Co»t 


Gantt, H. L. : Industrial Leadership; New Haven, 191a, Yale University press. 
Charts III and lY deserve careful consideration. 

Gantt, H. L.: Work, V/p^es and Profits; New York, 1910, The Sngineering Jtogazine. 
Chapter 7IIT., Fixing Ha'^its •f Industry. 

G«win, E. B.: The iareeutive and His Control of Men; New Yark, 1915, Macmillan, 
Chapter 16. 

Hacking, V/illlamB.: ^n.iaiii?ntals ©f Military Psychi?lcgy; Infantry Jrurnal, 1918, 
April, p. 717- (Mr. Hocking is Professor cf Philosophy, Harvard) 

KiTc^y, William J.: The Spirit of the Organisation; Industrial Management, 1918, 
August, pp. 117-118. 

Ruskin, John: The Boots of Hon«r; Pu"bliflhed in Harper's Ifeigazine f©r Sept. 186*, 
Vol. 21, pp. 535-541. P.epuM.ished as Essay I in Unto 5)hie Last. 



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